Atmospheric trajectories of the studied fireballs.
|name||(s)||(km)||(km)||(km)||(km s-1)||(km s-1)||(mag)||(kg)|
Notes. N is the number of stations where the fireball was photographed, H the height above sea level, Lobs the length of observed trajectory. The subscript “B” denotes values at the beginning of the atmospheric trajectory, the subscript “E” at the end point. Since EN080111 was not recorded in the standard way, its approximate brightness was estimated from the AFO light curve only. Values of individual entries are given with an accuracy of one last digit.
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