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Fig. 13.


Measured magnitudes versus the associated magnitude uncertainty (σmag) for both stars and lunar impact flashes in the I- and R-bands (left and right, respectively). In both panels the stellar measurements are presented as stars, while the validated impact flashes are shown as circles. For the I-band the suspected impact events (cyan crosses) are also shown. For the stars, the predicted model (Eq. (1)) is also presented (solid line; see Fig. 6). The dashed and dotted lines in each panel indicate the model prediction when the minimum and maximum value, respectively, of the background noise (STDbkg) are considered for the case of the observations of 1 March, 2017 with the lower lunar phase ∼0.1 (Fig. 12) observed.

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