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Report a Fireball
Did you see a meteor fireball? Thanks to our friends at the American Meteor Society, you can submit your report here online! Click the button to be redirected to the form.
Strewnify Meteor Event Notification
we are testing a bot that crawls the web and sends emails daily, if there were meteor events. Currently, we support AMS, The Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), is part of the California Institute of Technology's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. CNEOS collects data from U.S. Government sensors, and releases it for..., and The NASA All-Sky Fireball Network is a network of cameras provided by NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO), for the purpose of understanding the flux of meteors into the Earth's atmosphere.... To be added to that mailing list, please fill out this form:
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Strewnify Compiled Meteor Event Database (SCMED)
The Strewnify Compiled Meteor Event Database (SCMED) is database of meteor fireball events, compiled from multiple sources, for the purpose of research and meteorite recovery. It is still in development, and you can help. To see a small part of this database, visit the Google Sheet below.
A computer simulation program, written by Jim Goodall. For more information, please visit the StrewnLAB Page. Simulation
Whether you are a citizen scientist or university researcher, StrewnLAB can help you find meteorites. If you would like to have a report generated, you can request it here. Reports are free, as time is available to work on them, and results will be published on this website.
Landowner Meteorite Release Form
A Search & Salvage form, modified for meteorite hunters, which you can edit for your own use. There are two versions, one requires the landowner to release all meteorites, the second allows the finds to be split.
Suggestions & Future Bulletins
This website is currently under development, and StrewnLAB bulletins are slowly being added for historical meteor events. If you would like to request a bulletin for any event, or a feature for this website, please review the project list here: GitHub Strewnify Project. If your suggestion is not already listed, please email Jim Goodall.