Observations were conducted over two years, and all of the fall was noted on the “map the lunar surface.”
Telescope for two years, took a drop of more than hundreds of meteorites on the moon. The data published on the website of the European space Agency.
Meteorite bombardment of the earth satellite fixed telescope mounted in the Observatory of Kryoneri in Greece. It was equipped with two high speed cameras specifically for the research project NELIOTA.
Its main task is tracking and fixation of the fall of meteorites on the lunar surface. Two years of observations, the telescope recorded and mapped more than a hundred flares on the visible side of the moon.
Such outbreaks are almost always mean a drop of a satellite of small meteorites. The collected project data will allow to estimate the number of meteorites falling on Earth.
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Earlier it was reported that NASA will make a crater on the moon through a telescope. Also the Correspondent wrote that in a network there was a digitized photo from a space ship Apollo-13.