We successfully provided about 500 visual meteor observations in just 2 hours to the IMO Visual Meteor Database. However, there was about 40 % cloud coverage and the observations were much less fun than those of 1999 and 2001. Also, the Moon was disturbing the observations.
However, we anyway recorded again many hours of video data, both with and without spectral gratings, which will be analysed in the future.
The electric field measurements worked again; in particular we now managed to increase the continuity of our observations.
The video camera on board the airplane of the Leonid MAC campaign recorded many hundred meteors of both peaks, and Rudiger Jehn from ESOC supported the real-time flux determinations. Just before the second peak, very intense aurorae disturbed the observations.
The imaging campaign with PROBA did not return any useful data, as we only got a handful of images back. The ground-based observations gave mixed results.