JAXA Repository / AIREX 未来へ続く、宙(そら)への英知
SA4641688.pdf522.89 kB
titleLeonids 2001 by radio meteor observation all over the world
Author(jpn)小川, 宏; 豊増, 伸治; 大西, 浩次; 網倉, 忍; 朝日奈, 隆; 宮尾, 佳世; 前川, 公男
Author(eng)OGAWA, Hiroshi; TOYOMASU, Shinji; OHNISHI, Kouji; AMIKURA, Shinobu; ASAHINA, Takashi; MIYAO, Kayo; MAEGAWA, Kimio
Author Affiliation(jpn)筑波大学; みさと天文台; 長野工業高等専門学校; 筑波大学; 広島大学; 旭丘高等学校; 福井工業高等専門学校
Author Affiliation(eng)University of Tsukuba; Misato Observatory; Nagano National College of Technology; University of Tsukuba; Hiroshima University; Asahigaoka High School; Fukui National College of Technology
Issue Date2003-03
PublisherInstitute of Space and Astronautical Science
Publication titleThe Institute of Space and Astronautical Science repot. S.P.
Start page81
End page88
Publication date2003-03
AbstractIn 2001, Leonids meteor shower was expected the impressive appearence would be seen.It was very important to monitor and catch the Leonids meteor activity at all times. Radio MeteorObservation is one of the best method for monitoring meteor activity. Because it is possible toobserve at all times even if in bad weather and at twilight time. In addition, by unifying worldwidedata, the radiant elevation problem can be solved. In this research, the Leonids active structureand characters are made clear by using worldwide data. These data were provided by the globalproject of Radio Meteor Observaiton. This project participants were 91 observing sites in 15countries. As a result, the high activity kept for 17 hours since 6:OOUT 18th. The half width timeof the first peak (America) was three hours and the main peak (Asia and Australia) was 10 hours.In addition, from Japanese data, we found the complicated peak structure. The Asian peak wasmade up of three types. They were main peak around 18:30UT, sub peak arotind 21:30UT andbright meteors compornent.
Document TypeDepartmental Bulletin Paper
JAXA Category宇宙科学研究所

Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.