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Why Monitor Lunar Impacts for LADEE? • LADEE will be measuring dust and gases from low lunar orbit • Meteoroid impacts eject dust and release gases which LADEE can measure • It is important to know the time, location, and energy of the impact – These can be measured using relatively small ground-based telescopes WITH CAREFUL CALIBRATION • Association with a particular meteor shower ...

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Why Monitor Lunar Impacts for LADEE? • LADEE is measuring dust and gases from low lunar orbit • Meteoroid impacts eject dust and release gases which LADEE can measure – we can only see the impact flash from earth • It is important to know the time, location, and energy of the impact – These can be measured using relatively small ground-based telescopes WITH CAREFUL CALIBRATION ...

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monitor. Because of the short transient nature of the impact’s visual flash, typically of a few tens of milliseconds, relative to the CCD camera frame rate (30 Hz), the flash is visible in only one to two video frames. In addition, due to the large separation between the Earth and Moon, the impacts are small in angular extent and cover only a few pixels, more due to CCD blooming than ...

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