(meteorobs) Re: A meteor group in my place?

Robert Lunsford lunro.imo.usa at cox.net
Tue Oct 26 14:29:53 EDT 2004


May I suggest you try to get your observations published in the local paper? 
For the first few articles I would state you intent and hopefully this might 
catch the eye of other potential observers. Once you have a few observers 
you can personally train them to use the IMO standards and then share the 
data with such groups as the Global Meteor Observing Forum and the 
International Meteor Organization.

Good Luck!

Bob Lunsford

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bamm" <bamm at astronomy.com.ph>
To: <meteorobs at meteorobs.org>
Sent: Friday, October 15, 2004 6:08 AM
Subject: (meteorobs) A meteor group in my place?

> I already belong to an astronomy group, but my personal interest is
> mostly on meteor observation. What's the best way to organize a meteor
> observing group in the Philippines, which can produce the kind of data
> needed by organizations like the IMO? Thanks.
> Bamm
> --
> Keep on looking up.
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