Where to look for images and data
The best source of images, associated data and reports for activity in the night sky above the United Kingdom is via the UKMDA website.
Below is a guide to some initial links to follow:
Realtime images provided from the UKMDA network of cameras Livestream, Click Search to get the most recent data. Pick a date range, time range and/or station to filter the data. At most, 100 images will be displayed.
Status of all UKMDA cameras can be found on the Global Meteor Network weblog.
Suggested cameras to monitor:
CAS at Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan named dyffryn ne UK005L (view to north 353.16˚)
CAS at Llantwit Fadre, Rhondda Cynon Taf named MC1 (view to east)
Corntown, Vale of Glamorgan named corntown s UK000T (view to south-east 159.52˚)
Corntown, Vale of Glamorgan named corntown sw UK001K (view to the west 212.61˚)
Rhiwbina, Cardiff named rhiwbina ne UK0030 (view to the north - east ?.??˚)
Llanon, Ceredigion named llanon n UK0042 (view to the north 7.15˚)
Llanon, Ceredigion named llanon s UK0089 (view to the south east 156.14˚)
Newtown, Powys named newtown e UK0029 (view to the east 156.14˚)
Many topics can be found at the UKMDA data archive tab there are links to camera coverage, camera status, a map of detections plus more by drilling down.