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Leonid Storm Research
The first infrared spectroscopy in the 3-13 micron region has been obtained of several persistent Leonid meteor trains with two different instrument types, one at a desert ground-based site and the other on-board a high-flying aircraft. The spectra exhibit common structures assigned to enhanced emissions of warm CH 4 , CO 2 , CO and H 2 O, which may originate from heated trace air compounds or materials created in the wake of the meteor. This is the first time that any of these molecules hasdoi:10.1007/978-94-017-2071-7_32 fatcat:bpjyq75ipbcxfozedevonna65i