Very nice fireball, the third of the year and again above Andalucía (South Spain) skies on February 6th 2020.
February 6th 2020
It’is the third fireball that flew above Andalusian’s skies (South Spain) since this 2020 began.
This occasion, the fireball flew above Jaén province at 00:21 UT (01:21 local time) of February 6th 2020.
The event could be registered with the SMART Project’s detector at Sevilla and La Hita (Toledo) observatories, and with the north surveillance webcam operated at Calar Alto Observatory in Almería.
February 2nd 2020
Just a few nights after the first big fireball of 2020, last January 28th, a new meteor flew above Southwest Spain skies, and again crossing Seville and Cádiz provinces. This time its direction was southwestward and it lasts more time than the January 28th one.
This second fireball of the year happened at 22:43 UT (23:43 local time) of January 31st, and can be registered with SMART Project’s detectors operated at Seville and La Sagra (Granada) observatories.
In this occasion, the west SMART's detector at Calar Alto Observatory (Almería) couldn’t register it, but the west surveillance camera located at this observatory was able to record this object that could be seeing even with the bright light of the moon.
January 29th 2020
The first fireball registered on 2020 happened above southwest Spain.
Last midnight, at 23:08 UT (00:08 localtime of January 29th), a bright fireball could be registered with the SMART's detectors located at Calar Alto (Almería), La Sagra (Granada) and Seville observatories.
This event could also be recorded with one of the surveillance webcams operated at Calar Alto Observatory in Almería.
At 02:48 UT (03:48 Local time) of November 20th 2019, a bright fireball could be observed in front of the coast of Málaga. This event was registerd from the SMART Project's detectors operated at Calar Alto (Almería), La Sagra (Granada), Sierra Nevada (Granada), La Hita (Toledo) and Sevilla observatories.
October 7th 2019
A bright fireball crosses the Portugal’s skies from northeast to southeast on the night of October 2nd at 22:38 UT (00:38 Spanish local time, already on the 3rd of October).
This event could be followed with the SMART Project’s detectors operated at the observatories of Calar Alto (Almería), OSN and La Sagra (Granada), La Hita (Toledo) and Seville.
Together with the SMART detector at Calar Alto Observatory (Almería), the west surveillance webcam of this center could also register this fireball.