June 10th, 2022
At 00h11 UT of June 10th 2022, a bright fireball could be seen from the province of Malaga that crossed the sky in the direction of Seville (northwest).
This object was registered with the SMART Project's detectors operated at Calar Alto (Almería), La Sagra (Granada), El Arenosillo (Huelva), La Hita (Toledo), OSN, Sevilla, and El Aljarafe.
This time, two of the external surveillance webcams operated at Calar Alto Observatory in Almería, also recorded the nice event.
May 24th 2022
Last night of May 23rd 2022, at 00h42 UT, a very bright fireball was observed above Cataluña (Northeast Spain).
This phenomena was registered with the detectors that the SMART Project operates at Calar Alto (Almería), Sierra Nevada (Granada), La Sagra (Granada), Ayora (Valencia), Olocau (Valencia), Breda (Barcelona) and La Hita (Toledo) observatories.
Two of the external cameras at Calar Alto Observatory in Almería (about 700 km away of this event) registered also this fireball.
May 19th 2022
At 01h01 UT on May 18, the SMART Project detectors operated from the Calar Alto, Sierra Nevada, Seville, La Sagra (Granada), Huelva, El Aljarafe and La Hita (Toledo) observatories recorded the passage of a new ball of fire that lit up the Cordovan sky.
Once again, the external cameras of the Calar Alto Observatory in Almería were able to capture this beautiful moment.
May 11th 2022
On May 7 2022, at 04h09 UT a fireball could be registered with the SMART Project’s detector operated at Calar Alto (Almería), Sierra Nevada (Granada), La Sagra (Granada), Huelva, Ayora (Valencia) and La Hita (Toledo) observatories.
Besides, on May 9 another event took place on our skies. Please, read more to know the origin of this nice event.
Calar Alto Observatory (Almería) external cameras could also register both objects.
April 25th 2022
Last Thursday at 17:51 UT, the SLC 40 launch of SpaceX's Falcon 9 took place to put 53 new Starlink satellites into orbit, at an altitude of about 550 km.
At 19h47 UT the braking maneuver of the second stage of the Falcon 9 could be observed mainly from the east and center part of the Iberian Peninsula, including Calar Alto Observatory.