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August 17, 2022

Sky Cam Videos

Sky Cam Videos

A collection of meteors and other aerial phenomena we have captured with our sky cams. We have a sky cam located at our headquarters looking Northeast. We have a second sky cam located at a friend’s house with a clear view to the North.

Our cam located West of Lead Hill, Arkansas near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas captured this meteor over Missouri early this morning.
Lower right-hand side of video. Our cam located West of Lead Hill, Arkansas near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas captured this long meteor early this morning.
This meteor was captured by our cam located West of Lead Hill, Arkansas near Tucker Hollow. Watch the far right-hand side of the video.
Our cam located West of Lead Hill, Arkansas facing North captured the SpaceX booster on Jan. 31, 2022 at 18:47 CST.

Our cam located near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas captured this early morning Fireball over Wisconsin on Jan. 20th, 2022
Our cam located near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas captured this meteor over Missouri tonight.
Cam faces North looking over Bull Shoals Lake and into Missouri.
Reports to the AMS (www.amsmeteors.org) put a meteor in view of our IP Cam located off Highway 14 near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas. We captured it on that cam and the one a few miles away located on our place.
A meteor was reported to the AMS (www.amsmeteors.org) from Greenbrier, Arkansas. The reported path should have been in our cams view. Our cam located off Hwy 14 near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas captured the last of the fall.
A meteor was reported to AMS (American Meteor Society www.amsmeteors.org) and it was captured by our cam. Our cam is located near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas and faces North.
Our cam captured this meteor that was reported to the AMS from Lincoln, NE. The cam is located off Hwy 14 near Tucker Hollow, AR. facing North.
With the Geminid meteor shower peaking tomorrow night, we are already capturing some meteors on our cams. This cam is located outside Lead Hill, Arkansas near Tucker Hollow off HWY 14. The cam faces North over Bull Shoals Lake.
Our Cam located near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas captured two meteors last night.
First one: 17:59:28 CST Probably over Kansas near the Missouri border close to Kansas City.
Second One: 22:10:41 CST Probably around the Northeast Missouri near the Illinois border.
First one on the left-hand side of video, second one on the lower right-hand side.
Our cam located near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas captured this meteor probably over Lake Michigan around 1:31 CST last night. November 16, 2021
Our two cams captured a Fireball (bright meteor) over Missouri last night. One cam points down our driveway from near the West Fork of Bull Shoals Lake. The other cam is located near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas.
A Fireball (bright meteor) was reported to the AMS (American Meteor Society www.amsmeteors.org) tonight, September 23rd, 2021. Our webcam near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas captured the fall even though it was 300 miles away.
AMS (www.amsmeteors.org) report from Iowa of a meteor South of their location. Checking our webcam near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas I noticed the cam captured the meteor.
A Fireball (bright meteor) was reported to the American Meteor Society (amsmeteors.org) Friday night. Checking our webcam located near Tucker Hollow, Arkansas and facing North I saw where we captured the fall.
Video of the ISS (International Space Station) pass over Diamond City, AR. on 7-14-21.
The pass of the International Space Station over Lead Hill, AR. on 4/4/2021 at 8:44pm.
Steve Arnold talks about why we need your help building a sky cam network to help study fireballs and help find meteorites that fall to Earth from these celestial visitors.
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This video follows Fireball Steve as he assembles and sets up an all-sky cam to catch fireballs entering the atmosphere.
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Our webcam caught a fireball north of us over Missouri on 8/24/20 at 0517 CST.
Fireball captured by our sky cam located at Tucker Hollow, AR.
We sit down for a candid conversation with Steve Arnold of the Meteorite Men TV show. Steve talks about meteorites and the history of meteorite hunting and covers some famous meteorites from the Ozarks. He also tells us about his Ghost Tours business in Eureka Springs, AR, and how the city is handling reopening from the COVID-19 shutdown.
Another fireball captured by our webcam in Marshall, AR.
A meteor captured by our webcam at Marshall, AR on 10-17-2019.
You hear some pretty cool things in the woods of the Ozarks at night. An owl was captured on our webcam near Bull Shoals Lake in the Ozarks.
Trying to catch a Draconoid meteor on camera. Didn’t catch any meteors but this is a movie made from the stills of the shoot. The long streaks are planes and satellites caught on the long exposure.
Meteor event captured on the Lost In The Ozarks webcam at Marshall, Arkansas.
Fireball captured by the Marshall, AR webcam located at the Rock-n-Java coffee shop on 8-29-19 at 0534 central daylight time.
Fireball over southwest Missouri on 8/11/19 at 5:05 pm
A fireball captured on our skycam located in Marshall, AR. Correction to the video: The camera is facing 280 degrees, which is West.
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