What was happening in the Meteor Group in 2005:
* A very bright meteor was detected by 4 of the Sentinel cameras last night, the video files are posted here.
* The group congratulates Kristine Drew, who successfully defended her MSc. thesis last week. Good luck in all of your future endeavors, Kristine!
* This month, we also welcome PhD candidate Alyssa Moldowan from the University of Manitoba, who will be working with Paul as her advisor.
* At the end of this week, we bid farewell to Andrew Weatherbee as he heads off to study in Denmark. Safe journey, and good luck in your studies, Andrew!
* Footage very bright meteor captured by the sentinel camera in Collingwood on the night of Saturday, July 31 is now available here.
* Additional non-meteor footage has also been added here.
* Pictures from the infrasound installation are now available here. More will be added as deployment continues.
* A summary of Rob's talk from last week's group meeting has now been posted. The topic was Simultaneous Radar and Electro-optical Observations of Meteors.
* A summary of Jean-Baptiste's talk has now been posted.
* Jean-Baptiste presented a talk at today's meeting on the potential landing site for the Mars Phoenix mission. Summary to be posted soon.
* Work began yesterday on the deployment of the infrasound array at Elginfield. The infrasound page will be updated with photos as the deployment progresses.