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Meteor fireball sounds identified

@inproceedings{Keay1991MeteorFS,
  title={Meteor fireball sounds identified},
  author={C. Keay},
  year={1991}
}
Sounds heard simultaneously with the flight of large meteor fireballs are electrical in origin. Confirmation that Extra/Very Low Frequency (ELF/VLF) electromagnetic radiation is produced by the fireball has been obtained by Japanese researchers. Although the generation mechanism is not fully understood, studies of MORP and other fireball data indicate that interaction with the atmosphere is definitely responsible and the cut-off magnitude of -9 found by Astapovich for sustained electrophonie… Expand
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