September

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2007

The following colorgramme shows the radio meteor counts for the month of September 2007. The horizontal axis shows the date and the vertical axis the local time (UT). 

 

Detection is operating on 55.25MHz, using a three element Yagi, bearing 180 deg ETN and 10 degree elevation.

On the morning of the 1st September 2007, there was an outburst from the normally-minor Alpha Aurigid meteor shower. You can see the results of my radio observation of this shower here.

2006

The following colorgramme shows the radio meteor counts for the month of September 2006. The horizontal axis shows the date and the vertical axis the local time (UT). 

 

Detection is operating on 55.25MHz, using a three element Yagi, bearing 180 deg ETN and 10 degree elevation.

2005

The results from September 2005 were lost due to sporadic E and other abnormal propagation conditions.

2004

The results from September 2004 were lost due to sporadic E and other abnormal propagation conditions.

2003

The following colorgramme shows the radio meteor counts for the month of September 2003. The horizontal axis shows the date and the vertical axis the local time (UT). 

 

Detection is operating on 55.25MHz, using a three element Yagi, bearing 180 deg ETN and 10 degree elevation.

The peak around the 10th September is most likely due to the September Perseids (SPR) stream. 

2002

The following colorgramme shows the radio meteor counts for the month of September 2002. The horizontal axis shows the date and the vertical axis the local time (UT).

  September colorgramme

Detection was operating on 105.0MHz, with a two element Yagi aerial bearing 180 ETN and 0 degrees elevation.

The peak seen during the early morning of 7th September is not attributable to any known meteor stream.