Spalding Allsky Camera Network
Events of Interest
-- Publication: "The Creston, California Meteorite Fall and the Origin of L Chondrites" support data from the Spalding Allsky Camera Networkthereafterward emigrative 630-266-0571 (201) 361-7696
-- Video: Fantastic Auroral Display over British Columbia!
-- List of Current Events Seen by Ground Observers
-- Center for Orbital and Reentry Debris Studies: Reentry Predictions
-------------------- Video: Russian Rocket Body Reentry Over US
----- CAMS FLORIDA WEBSITE (pick a date to view)
--Click on the Fireballs Map Below for JPL Bolide Reports--
Mr. Richard E. Spalding developed the Allsky Camera System to monitor, track, and analyze Transient Luminous Events (TLE), including meteors, Sprites, Jets, etc., in order to provide "ground-truth" to assist both Science (NASA) and Treaty Monitoring (CTBTO) operations in confirming the impact of Large Meteors (bolides) in Earth's atmosphere and support the refinement of energy (based on size and velocity) and trajectory calculations.
The program objectives include: 1) field a network of uplooking, wide-angle view cameras at a number of sites throughout the continental United States and other countries, 2) develop the network to access/archive data and make the data available for processing and analysis by interested parties, 3) develop software tools for calibration, removal of detector effects and anomalies, automatic event detection and correlation among stations, and automatic trajectory computation, and 4) develop a companion, high-dynamic rang Radiometer to improve the diagnostic capability of the Spalding Allsky Camera Network.
-- Node Number/Name/Location Spreadsheet
SkySentinel Cameras are located throughout the world. Locations can be viewed by using the provided map. The status of each node is color coded below the map.
Each node continuously watches the sky and captures video by detecting motion and light intensity.
By clicking on the appropriate node pushpin on the map, you can view past events through the node viewer via the link provided. The circle for the online nodes indicates the approximate coverage area for that node.
The Imagery Tab provides a list of cluster events where two, or more, nodes detected the same event. You can download a cluster event, or individual events via the node viewer, from the Imagery Tab. We keep a permanent archive of all event data uploaded to SkySentinel. Most Nodes also keep a long term archive of their data. So, If you don't see an event you are looking for, or are looking for data that is over 30 days old, please contact us at (321 405-2477)