SSERVI at NASA Ames in Silicon Valley has partnered with Curtin University in Australia to develop the Desert Fireball Network — an end-to-end system that goes from seeing a shooting star, to holding it in your hand. The free Fireballs in the Sky app leverages citizen science initiatives and allows the public to report meteor sightings to scientists.


Links:

The Desert Fireball Network: http://fireballsinthesky.com.au/

Download the App: http://fireballsinthesky.com.au/download-app/

Posted by: Soderman/SSERVI Staff
Source: SSERVI AU Team

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