Articles and papers

9. Barbieri L., Brando G. (2019) " Concerning the height of meteors". WGN, Journal of the IMO, vol. 47, no. 4, p. 108-115

The height at which the meteors appear in the sky is not constant. The analysis of observational data shows a wide random variability. Within this we can see a systematic variation, both during the year and during each day. It has a sinusoidal shape, with an amplitude of 8 km around a mean value of 99 km. This systematic variation seems to depend on the "i" parameter, "i" being the inclination of the meteors orbital plane with respect to the ecliptic plane.. (read PDF article)

8. Allocca, G. Barbieri L. et al. (2018) " Suspected small outburst of the June Bootids 170-JBO". eMeteorNews, vol. 3, no. 4, p. 216 (read PDF article)

7. Allocca, G. Barbieri L. et al. (2017) " The meteor masses detected by RAMBo and the Newcomb-Bedford law". eMeteorNews, vol. 2, no. 3, p. 92-94 (read PDF article)

6. Barbieri L. (2016)" RAMBo radio observations". eMeteorNews, vol. 1, no. 4, p. 148-150 (read PDF article)

5. Barbieri L. , Brando, G. et al. (2016)" Observations by RAMBo". eMeteorNews, vol. 1, no. 3, p. 115-116 (read PDF article)

4. Barbieri L. (2016)" RAMBo: the "Radar Astrofilo Meteorico Bolognese"". eMeteorNews, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 69-70 (read PDF article)

3. Tomezzoli, G. and Barbieri, L. (2016)" No sign of the 2015 Daytime Sextantids through combined radio observations".IMC - IMO Egmond, the Netherlands, 2-5 June 2016 - page 291 (read PDF article)

2. Brando, G. (2016)" The 2016 Quadrantids".IMC - IMO Egmond, the Netherlands, 2-5 June 2016 - page 39 (read PDF article)

1. Barbieri, L. (2016)" An antenna, a radio and a microprocessor: which kinds of observation are possible in meteor radio astronomy?".IMC - IMO Egmond, the Netherlands, 2-5 June 2016 - page 26 (read PDF article)