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Table 1

Light curve (LC) and rotating shutter (RS) initial velocities.

Meteor Time RS length RS v LC v Source of Method
name (UT) (km) (km s-1) (km s-1) LC velocity

EN040710 00:42:56 76.9 33.417 32.1 20a e
EN140710 20:57:57 44.7 20.56 19.1 20h c
EN070211 04:10:15 22.6 31.0 30.6 20h e
EN280211A 20:08:43 48.3 21.20 20.1 20h e
EN280211B 21:17:35 7.1 20.2 20.7 20h c
EN290611 22:40:34 68.4 14.579 14.0 20h c
EN020811 21:56:11 46.7 48.10 48.1 20a c
EN250911 20:12:30 31.4 17.53 17.3 02d e
17.3 20d c
EN021211 02:43:45 38.1 27.40 27.2 20h e
26.7 20d e

EN080111 16:51:10 ... ... 16.0 d c
14.4 20h c

Notes. Meteor names in EN format indicate dd, mm, yy. RS length corresponds to the length where dynamics data were available and RS velocities were determined. The source of LC velocity consists of Station number (20 – Ondřejov, 02 – Kunžak) and an abbreviation describing the nature of the record (a – all-sky photographic camera, h – 360 mm long-focus photographic camera, d – digital DSLR camera with all-sky lens). We always used the best available record to provide the most accurate measurement. The digital record of the EN080111 was captured by an 18 mm lens from Fornach, Austria. The method indicates extrapolation formula which was used for LC initial velocity determination (e – with exponential term: l = A + Bt + Cexp(Kt), c – constant: l = A + Bt). Values of individual entries are given with an accuracy of one last digit.

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