Ames Header Image
Home Participate Desert Fireball Network Meteorite orbits Meteorites of California
Sites
Mission statement - GFO, the Global Fireball Observatory, is a global network of all-sky cameras to help recover meteorites with measured entry orbits.
[GFO USA West contact]
The SETI Institute and NASA collaborate in this effort with NASA SERVII Australia representative at Curtin University, Perth, Australia (P.I.: Phil Bland).

eye Report fireball sightings here.

Meteorite falls:
White Mountains (2016-06-02)
Creston fall (2015-10-24)
Chelyabinsk fall (2013-02-15)
Novato fall (2012-10-17)
Sutter's Mill fall (2012-04-22)

Report possible meteorite finds in the GFO network: Petrus.M.Jenniskens@nasa.gov

Contacts:

portrait
Dr. Peter Jenniskens,
SETI Institute,
Coordinator GFO USA West
[email];
[Career pages]

portrait
Peter S. Gural,
Meteor detection algoritms;
[email]

portrait
Jim Albers,
GFO station coordination

portrait
Nick Moskovitz,
GFO LO-CAMS coordination

Under Construction


SETI Institute logo Curator: Peter Jenniskens
Responsible NASA Official: Kelly Fast (SSO)

Last update: (see date of latest blog entry)
Hosted by: The SETI Institute