The New Mexico Meteor Array: Citizen Science Collecting Meteor Data
for the Global Meteor Network (GMN), using the Raspberry Meteor System (RMS).
Stations 01 + 02 form the Albuquerque Zenith reference, then sorted by Station Azimuth.

View stacks of all images captured throughout the night

View Astrometric and Photometric Calibration plots

See US000G Stack of detections, Radiants plot and TimeLapse movie

US0001, Albuquerque South Valley, P. Eschman, Az:350°


US0002, Albuquerque South Valley, P. Eschman, Az:180°


US000A, Belen, W. Wallace, Az:20°


US0008, Los Lunas, S. Welch, Az:31°


US0006, Albuquerque NE, S. Kaufman, Az:49°


US000C, Magdalena, J. Briggs, Az:68°


US0003, Socorro, B. Greschke, Az:71°


US000H, Quemado, T. Havens, Az:85°


US000E, Albuquerque South Valley, P. Eschman, Az:88°


US000N, Albuquerque NE, S. Kaufman, Az:109°


US000M, Edgewood, J. Seargeant, Az:145°


US0005, Edgewood, J. Seargeant, Az:173°


US0009, Los Lunas, S. Welch, Az:194°


US0004, Santa Fe, R. James, Az:211°


US000G, GNTO, Az:226°


US000R, Los Lunas, S. Welch, Az:265°


US000P, Albuquerque N, B. Hufnagel, Az:281°


US000D, Albuquerque, J. Fordice, Az:282°


US000L, Santa Fe, G. Mroz, Az:287°


US000K, Socorro, B. Greschke, Az:327°


US000J, Magdalena, E. Toops, Az:343°


US0007, Albuquerque N, B. Hufnagel, Az:358°


View stacks of all images captured throughout the night

View Astrometric and Photometric Calibration plots

See US000G Stack of detections, Radiants plot and TimeLapse movie

  Page updated: December 24, 2020