This page contains simultaneously observed meteor data sets reduced from observations by the SonotaCo Network Members.
Note of each file shows the observers and the outline of the sets.
This can be downloaded and used freely for non-profit purpose of scientific research or academic affairs.
For the publishing of the results using these data sets, you should use credit below.
"SonotaCo Network Simultaneously Observed Meteor Data Sets SNM20xxx", http://sonotaco.jp/doc/SNM/
|data set name
|number of meteors||note||radiant map||ground map|
(*1) : SNM*.csv File Format : refer UFOOrbitV2 Users Manual section 5.1
Because these data sets are generated by automated process, each record was not checked manyally.
There might be small number of following records.
- Records that have big errors caused by an explosion, asymmetrical brightness, or background noise.
- Mis-combined data from multiple meteors which happened almost simultaneously, close to each other, and along a very similar vector.
- Mis-combined data caused by time adjustment failure.
- Multiple records of one meteor that were not unified to one by observation conditions.
If you want to know the detail of a specific record, please contact to the editor of each data set. You may be able to get the additional data for it.
- "A meteor shower catalog based on video observations in 2007-2008" and its supplemental resources.
Created: 5/Jun/2009 SonotaCo
Modified : 17/Feb/2010 SonotaCo add SNM2009
Modified : 18/July/2012 SonotaCo add SNM2010, SNM2011
Modified : 22/July/2013 SonotaCo add SNM2012
Modified : 20/Mar/2014 SonotaCo add SNM2013
Modified : 10/Jan/2016 SonotaCo add SNM2014
Modified : 08/Feb/2016 SonotaCo add SNM2015