MOOSE Imaging

The main objective of the MOOSE imagers is to provide a community reource to all members of the scientific community that have interests in imaging low-light-level phenomena, such as aurora, airglow, and meteors. Meta-data for aurora and during the GREECE rocket launch is available at:

http://moose.space.swri.edu/

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