Detected Candidates

2017 January 3  – The 30th impact candidate


2017 January 1  – The 29th impact candidate


2016 December 5  – The 28th impact candidate


2016 December 5  – The 27th impact candidate


2016 September 8  – The 26th impact candidate


2015 November 15  – The 25th impact candidate

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2015 November 8  – The 24th impact candidate

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2015 November 7  – The 23rd impact candidate

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2015 November 7  – The 22nd impact candidate

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2015 November 7  – The 21st impact candidate

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2015 January 25  – The 20th impact candidate2015_01_25_182913_Iten_Sposetti2015_01_25_182913_Sposetti2015_01_25_182913_Lightcurve_Iten_Sposetti


March 6 2014 – The 19th impact candidate


January 7 2014 – The 18th impact candidate


December 8 2013 – The 17th impact candidate


December 7 2013 – The 16th impact candidate


August 1 2013 – The 15th impact candidate


August 1 2013 – The 14th impact candidate


December 16 2012 – The 13th impact candidate


November 20 2012 – The 12th impact candidate


March 28 2012 – The 11th impact candidate


March 28 2012 – The 10th impact candidate


February 26 2012 – The 9th impact candidate


December 19 2011 – The 8th impact candidate


November 21 2011 – The 7th impact candidate


October 21 2011 – The 6th impact candidate


October 21 2011 – The 5th impact candidate


April 10 2011 – The 4th impact candidate


April 10 2011 – The 3rd impact candidate


April 9 2011 – The 2nd impact candidate


February 11 2011 – The 1st impact candidate

In this article we report data about a lunar flash which very likely resulted from an impact. It was simultaneously detected by me in Gnosca and by Marco Iten in Gordola. The flash reached a peak brightness of 8.1 ± 0.3 magV and had a duration of 0.10 s, lasting 5 video-fields (1 field = 20 ms).