July 17th 2018
During the night of July 17 2018, at 02:20 UT (04:20 local time) a bright and long-lasting fireball flew above the Mediterranean Sea in front of Almería's coasts (South Spain). This phenomena could be registered with the detectors that the SMART Project operates at Calar Alto, Sierran Nevada and Sevilla Observatories. At Calar Alto Observatory, the event could be registered with three of the external surveillance webcams.
July 9th 2018
During the morning of July 9th 2018, at 10:19 UT (12:19 local time), in broad daylight, a bright fireball could be observed crossing the southwest skies of Iberian Peninsula, from the northeast part of Badajoz province and going up to Cáceres province, both into the Extremadura Autonomy.
Due to the fact that there were only a few records of this event, the analysis of the data is being very complicated.
July 9th 2018
On July 9th 2018, at 3:13 UT (5:13 local time), this fireball flew above Almeria's coast and Mediterranean sea. The phenomena could be registered with some of the SMART Project's detectors and with the Calar Alto Observatory external surveillance webcams.
July 2nd 2018
On the night of July 2nd 2018, at 03:58 local time (1:58 UT), a very bright and nice fireball flew above the skies of Andalucía (South Spain). The event could be registered with the SMART Project's detectors operated at Calar Alto (Almería), La Hita (Toledo), La Sagra (Granada), Huelva and Seville observatories. This object could be also recorded with the west external surveillance webcam located at Calar Alto Observatory (Almería) in a pretty video you can see if continue reading this post.
June 16th 2018
On June 16th 2018, at 0:31 UT, this fireball flew above Huelva (Southwest Spain) skies. The phenomena could be registered with some of the SMART Project's detectors and with one of the Calar Alto Observatory external surveillance webcams. The SMART detectors that registered the event were the ones operated at La Sagra (Granada), La Hita (Toledo) and Sevilla.