UK Meteor Network

Network of 50+ detection cameras watching and recording meteors over United Kingdom. Thriving community of amateur astronomers just enjoing their hobby.

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Collecting meteor data helps scientists study our solar system.

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“UK Meteor Network played a crucial part in a successful recovery of the historic Winchcombe meteorite.”

Dr. A. King - Natural History Museum London
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Rare carbonaceous chondrite meteorite recovered

Fragments of the fireball that streaked across our skies on 28 February 2021 have been found. Confirmed by NHM as carbonaceous chondrite type meteorite.

By Peter Campbell-Burns
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Saturday night's spectacular meteor over Lincolnshire

Ten UKMON cameras recorded a spectacular fireball event over Lincolnshire

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