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Peter Brown
Infrasound from Cuba detected at ELFO array in Canada at 2025 UT. Based on period of 5-6 sec at this one station, energy in roughly kiloton TNT range. More than a factor of 100 smaller than Chelyabinsk.
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Val Lynn Feb 1
Replying to @pgbrown
Is this the only data from the Cuba / Florida / Western Bahamas area? Was this a meteor "shower" or an isolated event? And, if a show, what kind of range might it have had?
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Val Lynn Feb 1
Replying to @pgbrown
Shower
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Val Lynn Feb 1
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Club d’Astronomie d’Amnéville Feb 1
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astropierre Feb 1
Merci 😉
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HotPopRobot: Space Robots Rockets Feb 2
Replying to @pgbrown
Hi Peter, is the infrasound data open source and accessible to public? How can we access it?
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Peter Brown Feb 2
Replying to @wonrobot
It is openly available from the NRCan Autodrm at
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