2007 Impact Candidates

    2007 Impact Candidates (last updated 04/13/2010)

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    UT Date

    UT Time

    Video Frames
    (1/30 s)

    Probable
    Type

    Telescopes

    36

    23 Feb 07

    00:11:36

    2

    Sporadic

    14"

    37

    23 Feb 07

    00:47:45

    2

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    38

    23 Feb 07

    04:02:44

    1

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    39

    25 Mar 07

    00:59:10

    2

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    40

    13 Apr 07

    10:38:04

    3

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    41

    20 Apr 07

    01:40:04

    2

    Sporadic

    14"

    42

    22 Apr 07

    01:15:05

    1

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    43

    22 Apr 07

    01:15:44

    2

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    44

    22 Apr 07

    01:38:34

    2

    Lyrid

    8"†, two 14"

    45

    22 Apr 07

    03:12:24

    2

    Lyrid

    8"*, two 14"

    46

    22 Apr 07

    03:52:37

    1

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    47

    22 Apr 07

    04:22:27

    1

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    48

    22 Apr 07

    04:43:00

    5

    Lyrid

    14"

    49

    23 Apr 07

    01:15:55

    1

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    50

    23 Apr 07

    02:23:21

    2

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    51

    23 Apr 07

    03:01:10

    1

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    52

    23 Apr 07

    04:08:49

    2

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    193

    23 Apr 07

    04:38:22

    1

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    194

    23 Apr 07

    04:40:45

    1

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    53

    23 Apr 07

    04:42:35

    3

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    54

    23 Apr 07

    04:59:58

    2

    Lyrid

    two 14"

    55

    21 May 07

    02:50:53

    2

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    56

    21 May 07

    03:10:07

    1

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    57

    22 May 07

    03:10:25

    2

    Sporadic

    14"

    60

    08 Aug 07

    08:03:10

    1

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    61

    08 Aug 07

    09:01:17

    2

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    62

    08 Aug 07

    09:44:17

    1

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    63

    09 Aug 07

    09:10:50

    3

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    64

    21 Aug 07

    02:52:45

    2

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    65

    19 Sep 07

    02:36:10

    2

    Sporadic

    three 14"

    66

    06 Oct 07

    08:42:52

    1

    Sporadic

    three 14"

    67

    20 Oct 07

    01:16:35

    1

    Orionid

    three 14"

    68

    20 Oct 07

    04:28:17

    2

    Orionid

    two 14"

    69

    05 Nov 07

    09:20:48

    2

    Sporadic

    three 14"

    70

    16 Nov 07

    00:11:21

    1

    Leonid

    two 14"

    71

    16 Nov 07

    00:27:09

    3

    Leonid

    two 14"

    72

    17 Nov 07

    02:06:01

    2

    Leonid

    three 14"

    73

    17 Nov 07

    03:11:39

    2

    Leonid

    three 14"

    74

    17 Nov 07

    03:53:16

    2

    Leonid

    two 14"

    75

    16 Dec 07

    23:47:03

    1

    Geminid

    two 14"

    76

    17 Dec 07

    00:43:09

    1

    Geminid

    three 14"

    77

    17 Dec 07

    04:04:46

    1

    Geminid

    three 14"

    78

    18 Dec 07

    00:32:09

    1

    Sporadic

    two 14"

    79

    18 Dec 07

    01:08:42

    1

    Sporadic

    8"*, three 14"

    80

    18 Dec 07

    01:32:19

    2

    Sporadic

    three 14"

    81

    18 Dec 07

    01:56:41

    1

    Sporadic

    three 14"


    (Flash magnitudes typically range between 7 and 10.)

    * Confirmation! Mr. George Varros captured MEO Flash #45 and #79 on his 8” Celestron in Maryland.

    † Confirmation! Mr. Dave Clark captured MEO Flash #44 on his 8”Celestron SCT in Texas.


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