all-sky camera

all-sky camera

[′ȯl ‚skī ′kam·rə]
(optics)
A camera directed vertically downward toward a horizontal convex mirror so as to photograph the entire sky simultaneously.
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The comet was even captured in the all-sky camera at SAAO in Sutherland.
Our new all-sky camera opens up new frontiers of discovery and will help in the detection of auroras and the understanding of how our Sun impacts the atmosphere here on Earth.
People can also watch the meteor shower live from all-sky camera which is located in Japan.
The Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama, USA, is offering a live broadcast of the skies over Huntsville from an all-sky camera.
The Marshall Center is offering a live stream view of the skies over Huntsville from an all-sky camera until 20 November in a (http://www.
MARYLAND (CyHAN)- Thanks to a lucky conjunction of two satellites, a ground-based array of all-sky cameras, and some spectacular aurora borealis, researchers have uncovered evidence for an unexpected role that electrons have in creating the dancing auroras.
There is already a small increase in fireball activity coming from the observations of several all-sky cameras including NASA's (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) system situated across the United States.
Several BAA members have had great success with lowlight video all-sky cameras, and whilst you might not have much time to set this up now for this year's Perseids, it would certainly be a worthwhile long term project.
At the same time, 20 ground stations in Alaska and Canada with automated, all-sky cameras and magnetometers will document the auroras and space currents from Earth.
In addition to the visual accounts, LE identified that there were two video-based all-sky cameras in the area of the event observations.
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