Meteorites Orbits Reconstruction by Optical Imaging (MOROI) Network

Abstract : An wide range, all-sky camera network is an effective infrastructure for the detection of atmospheric entries of natural (meteoroids) or artificial bodies (space debris). The Meteorites Orbits Reconstruction by Optical Imaging (MOROI) is an allsky network operated by the Astronomical Institute of the Romanian Academy. Here we present the overall architecture of the network that became operational on mid-2017 and the preliminary results on atmospheric trajectory and orbit reconstruction of multistation events. The 20-station network is expected to be fully operational by the end of 2018.
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Dan Alin Nedelcu, Mirel Birlan, Vlad Turcu, Ioana Boaca, Octavian Badescu, et al.. Meteorites Orbits Reconstruction by Optical Imaging (MOROI) Network. Romanian Astronomical Journal, 2018. ⟨hal-02350086⟩

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