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October 09, 2016
We are beta testing a new live view. Our new software adds count data to the image. We are also providing graphical data of the last 24 hour period. Further data wil be available to subscribers in the near future.
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October 03, 2016
A fireball event was reported to us on 1st October 2016. This meteor occured at Ain melila, Algeria at 10:23 pm 2123 UTC. It was described as "crashing and detonating".
From the pictures we have seen plus the cctv and video video clips, it looks like this was a very bright fireball event and similar to the event seen previously off the coast of Queensland.
September 27, 2016
A large meteor event, probably a superbolide air-burst event, has been reported over the sea near Gladstone, Queensland at 10:27 UTC, (8.27pm local time) 26th September. This is probably the largest meteor event since 2013, the details of which are currently being investigated by Meteorscan.
There are also unverified reports of another, smaller event at Buderim at approximately 2am (16:00 UTC).
September 24, 2016
To handle a significant increase in web traffic and bandwidth usage over the last month, we are in the process of upgrading our servers and the website for improved bandwidth and better mobile device compatibility. During this time, some content and services may be missing or reduced.
Update: October 03, 2016 .....
Much of the work we have been doing is complete.