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A Virtual Observatory (VO) Event model for the optical detection of meteors and transient luminous events

Abstract : Optical counterparts of atmospheric transient events are subject of observation and investigation of a growing community. Professional as well as amateur observation networks are established in Europe and abroad to collect data important not only for the scientific investigation of some physical processes but also to assess their possible impacts on Earth's environment. A well established standard for real-time alert on those domains will facilitate coordination between networks and simplify the extraction of critical information. This will result in improved collaboration between the amateur community and agencies.
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Chiara Marmo, Matthieu Garnung, Pierre Le Sidaner, Baptiste Cecconi, Sebastien Celestin, et al.. A Virtual Observatory (VO) Event model for the optical detection of meteors and transient luminous events. European Planetary Science Congress 2018, Sep 2018, Berlin, Germany. 18 pp. ⟨insu-03565617⟩

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