The NASA All-sky Fireball Network is a network of cameras set up by the NASA Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO) with the goal of observing fireballs, which are meteors brighter than the planet Venus.
The Space Environments Team at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center has developed a forward scatter radar system for the monitoring of meteor rates.
The Meteoroid Environment Office observes several meteor showers each year. A more comprehensive study of meteor showers is accomplished when observers world-wide cooperate in the collection of meteor observations.
The Meteoroid Environment Office observes the moon for meteoroid impact flashes about 10 nights per month, when the solar illumination is between 10 and 55 percent. Impact flash detection can be performed with affordable observant and equipment.