The \v{Z}\v{d}\'ar nad S\'azavou meteorite fall: Fireball trajectory, photometry, dynamics, fragmentation, orbit, and meteorite recovery.

@article{Spurny2019TheN,
  title={The \v\{Z\}\v\{d\}\'ar nad S\'azavou meteorite fall: Fireball trajectory, photometry, dynamics, fragmentation, orbit, and meteorite recovery.},
  author={P. Spurn'y and J. Borovivcka and L. Shrben'y},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
We report a comprehensive analysis of the instrumentally observed meteorite fall Žďar nad Sazavou, which occurred in the Czech Republic on 9 December 2014 at 16:16:45-54 UT. The original meteoroid with an estimated initial mass of 150 kg entered the atmosphere with a speed of 21.89 km/s and began a luminous trajectory at an altitude of 98.06 km. At the maximum, it reached -15.26 absolute magnitude and terminated after an 9.16 s and 170.5 km long flight at an altitude of 24.71 km with a speed of… Expand
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