Review of synergic meteor observations: linking the results from cameras, ionosondes, infrasound and seismic detectors

Á Kereszturi, V Barta, I Bondár, Cs Czanik, A Igaz, P Mónus, D Rezes, L Szabados, B D Pál

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 3, September 2021, Pages 3629–3640


“The joint evaluation of different meteor observation types supports a better understanding of both meteor phenomena and the terrestrial atmosphere. Two types of examples are presented in this work, linking ionospheric effects to specific meteors, with almost one-third of the meteors that emerged at high altitudes simultaneously recorded with an optical camera. Very few such observations have been realized as yet. With daytime fireballs, the recorded infrasound effect and the atmospheric blast produced shock-wave-related small earthquakes which were identified by a network of ground stations. An overview of these observational types highlights specific topics for which substantial improvements and discoveries are expected in the near future.”