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Cosmic (aka Matt Cheselka) discusses the MIDAS system for monitoring flashes and meteor impacts on the Moon from small Earth-based telescopes, and observations and measurements of such an event during the lunar eclipse that took place on 21 January, 2019. Original Paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1905.04487.pdf
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