Meteor Watch Friday Night November 4th: Video from Baltimore County and a Map of Where It’s Tracked – Weather Only

On Friday, November 4, we were greeted with a rare temperate evening in November while the moon was in conjunction with Jupiter. This has provided a great opportunity for many to see outside and discover an amazing meteor streak across the sky. He. She It was reported by many in the Mid-Atlantic region and even captured on video in Baltimore County, Maryland.

First, the moon and Jupiter

That’s what got people out on a Friday night and I wanted to show you the best pictures I could find. Jim Olson was able to use a telescope to capture the moon. Jupiter and some of the moons surrounding it in one frame.

This photo was also taken by Brenda Bowman

Dave McHugh and his wife were doing just that right through their fire pit when they saw a streak of bright greenish-blue light across the sky around 9:15 p.m. EDT. He sent me a message, which prompted me to search. I followed this up by writing to my friend Mike Hankey at The American Meteor Society who lives in Baltimore County, Maryland. He has a network of cameras in his ALLSKY network pointing up at night, and he’s always recording.

Meteorite seen over northern Baltimore County, Maryland

This was at AMS ALLKSY7 from Mike Hankey in Monkton MD. See about 9:15 p.m. EDT.

The result is the video below. Thanks to reports submitted to the American Meteor Society, they were able to identify and plot the most likely path.

video:

Still image from ALLSKY network

AMS ALLKSY7 – Mike Hankey – Monkton MD

Reports to the American Meteorological Society from:

wide map

This was seen between Richmond, Virginia and the metro in New York City.

nearest map

Triangulation indicates that it was traced across southern Pennsylvania in York County between Red Lion and Luganville, to Gettysburg in Adams County.

Observer summary list sites:

The duration was about 3.5 seconds.

  • Richmond Virginia
  • Myerstown Pennsylvania
  • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  • Glen Allen Virginia
  • Woodbury, NJ
  • Pottstown Pennsylvania
  • Upperco MD
  • Baltimore MD
  • Cockeysville MD
  • Montville, NJ
  • Oxford PA
  • Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
  • Roanoke Virginia
  • Westville New Jersey
  • Saddlebrook, NJ
  • average PA
  • Ashburn Virginia
  • New York
  • Klingerstown PA

See the full report:

American Meteorite Society Report 8057-2022

I shared this information in a recent report…

meteor showers cCurrently active

Orionids: Active until November 22.

Peak: October 20-21, 2022 (the moon is 21% full).

South Torres: Active until December 2. Peak: November 4-5, 2022 (The moon is 87% full.)

North Torres: Active until December 2. Peak: November 11-12, 2022 (The moon is 88% full.)

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Watch more in this report that also includes live broadcasts from NASA TV.

Note that this will be with the adjusted standard time.

(we get an extra hour of sleep)

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November 8 – This will reach full sunrise. In fact, the eclipse will end in our area at 6:42 a.m., the expected sunrise that day.

This means that the moon will set in the west during the eclipse. If the sky is clear, it will provide a great opportunity for photographers to capture a low angle blood red moon with great framing of buildings or landscapes. I really hope it clears up and we get great photos to share.

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