Yes, of course. I’ll prep the bias/dark/flat calibrated FITS for you. I have been experimenting with higher gain, so the dynamic range is terrible though! Just post if there’s any other info you need. Suffice it to say, I have decided 180 gain with the Hyperstar / ASI178MM config is not a good idea.
Ignore some of the mess ASIcap has put into the FITS header. I usually acquire using Maxim, but I was experimenting with camera settings last night, and it is much easier in ASIcap. Mono sensor ASI178MM. 2.4um pix, 1.26″px. FL 392mm. C8 Hyperstar. Sub exp = 20s.
An awful lot of variables so strictly “order of magnitude” (the physicists get out of jail free card!) number…
The column diameter of the train is ~ 30 to 50m. Remarkable to consider that the meteoroid itself might only have been a couple of mm in diameter. The atoms evaporate off at a few km/sec but bump into the atmospheric atoms after a few free path lengths, a few metres then diffuse into the atmosphere over however long depending on size, mass, density, composition, velocity etc etc.