(meteorobs) Re: June Bootids - Call for observations
geert.barentsen at pandora.be
Tue Jun 22 16:24:37 EDT 2004
Hello Michael, Robert,
I think Michael is talking about IMO location codes. On the VMDB-page (
http://www.imo.net/visual/vmdb.html ) you can find a link to "VMDBSITE.TXT"
( http://www.imo.net/visual/vmdb/vmdbsite.txt ). This files contains many
sitecodes. I would -always- include the geographical coordinats to an
observation report though, with or without sitecode...
The page you refer to calls a script on charlie (the old imo.net server).
Unfortunately, charlie died a few months ago and is now in server-heaven :-(
I told the webmaster about the error on this page, he will have a look at it.
Happy Bootid hunting!
At 22:17 22-6-2004, you wrote:
>You don't need an IMO code to contribute data to the IMO. If you insist
>though, IMO codes are easy. It's the first three letters of your last name
>(BOS) and the first two of your first name (MI). So your IMO code would be
>Robert Lunsford (LUNRO)
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Michael Boschat" <aa063 at chebucto.ns.ca>
>To: "Global Meteor Observing Forum" <meteorobs at meteorobs.org>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 11:33 AM
>Subject: (meteorobs) Re: June Bootids - Call for observations
> > Hi:
> > I went to the following site to get my IMO Code:
> > http://www.imo.net/visual/online/findsite.html
> > but it said server busy or not responding. How do I get an IMO Code?
> > I'm in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
> > Thanks
> > --
> > Clear skies
> > ---------------
> > Michael Boschat
> > Halifax Center - Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
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