How do I get an Allsky Camera?

This will be a challenge as they are no longer freely available. See the discussion on the FORUM.

How do I make a suggestion for the website or bcmeteors.net ?

Use the “contact” menu to access our contact details.

Incidents – How do I report?
  1. Quick Report : https://www.amsmeteors.org/members/imo/report_intro
  2. Optional : Set up a FORUM on this website under the category “incidents”. Free form discussion there.
  3. Full Reporting : Report the incident to the two main USA and Canadian groups.

Welcome to the British Columbia Meteor Network

The British Columbia Meteor Network and its associate members are dedicated volunteers who have worked together to advance knowledge of meteor science. Some of our members are professionals although most are devoted amateurs.

The network is comprised of a video detection component as well as a radio detection component. We  share our data with multinational governments and astronomy groups.

Data collection is only one goal of the the network. We also hope to promote a strong educational program in open cooperation with the school districts and community colleges of British Columbia.

Feel free to browse our site. Likewise, feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like to know more.

British Columbia Meteor Network Coverage Map



Click here to see the full resolution map.

For a brief history of how the network got started please read Ed’s article.