The Košice meteorite fall: Atmospheric trajectory, fragmentation, and orbit

@inproceedings{Borovika2013TheKM,
  title={The Ko{\vs}ice meteorite fall: Atmospheric trajectory, fragmentation, and orbit},
  author={Jiř{\'i} Borovi{\vc}ka and Juraj T{\'o}th and Antal Igaz and Pavel Spurn{\'y} and Pavel Kalenda and Jakub Haloda and J{\'a}n Svoreň and Leonard Korno{\vs} and Elizabeth A. Silber and Peter G. Brown and Marek Hus{\'a}rik},
  year={2013}
}
The Kosice meteorite fall occurred in eastern Slovakia on February 28, 2010, 22:25 UT. The very bright bolide was imaged by three security video cameras from Hungary. Detailed bolide light curves were obtained through clouds by radiometers on seven cameras of the European Fireball Network. Records of sonic waves were found on six seismic and four infrasonic stations. An atmospheric dust cloud was observed the next morning before sunrise. After careful calibration, the video records were used to… CONTINUE READING

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