Sadly, nothing fresh has come through to the Section so far on this event, but there was another bright fireball caught visually, probably by radio, and imaged, around 03:08 UT on October 8-9, so only a few hours later. Early estimates suggest it may have been a Southern Taurid. See Klaas Jobse's website for the image, at:
http://cyclops.klaasjobse.nl/All-Sky/EN ... apelle.htm
Anyone else who spotted either fireball, or any others - meteors of magnitude -3 or brighter - from the British Isles or nearby is welcome to send a full report to the Meteor Section as soon as possible. The minimum details I need from you are:
1) Exactly where you were (name of the nearest town or large village and county if in Britain, or your geographic latitude and longitude if elsewhere in the world);
2) The date and timing of the event (please be sure to state whether this was in clock time, currently BST in Britain, or GMT/UT, which is BST minus one hour); and
3) Where the fireball started and ended in the sky, as accurately as possible, or where the first and last points you could see of the trail were if you didn't see the whole flight.
More advice and a fuller set of details to send are outlined on the "Fireball Observing" page of the SPA website, at: http://www.popastro.com/sections/meteor/fireball.htm
Meteor Director, Society for Popular Astronomy.
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