Radio Meteor Zoo
We collaborate with scientists from Zooniverse to create the Radio Meteor Zoo (RMZ). The idea is to ask volunteers to manually count meteor echoes in BRAMS spectrograms during some meteor showers. Indeed during meteor showers, many complex shapes are observed in the meteor echoes and usually automatic detection algorithms do not provide very reliable results. So far, in this case, the eye is still the best detector, so we request the help of thousands of eyes. You can help us by going to the Radio Meteor Zoo website, register, check the tutorial and start counting. Your help is invaluable!