The University of Western Ontario

Here are some links that relate to either the ASGARD software,
or to meteor observations in general:

NASA Fireballs Archive

Astronomers searching for meteorite that crashed in Ontario

NASA Begins Hunt for New Meteor Showers

NASA Meteoroid Environment Office (MEO)

Gord Sarty's page on his all-sky cameras

The International Meteor Organisation

The Meteorites and Impacts Advisory Committee (MIAC)

An internet mailing list for discussing meteor observations

Atlantic Canada's All-Sky Camera Network

NMSU: All Sky Camera Network

el Paso All Sky Blog

California Allsky Meteor Surveillance (CAMS)


Additionally, the following paper references may be useful:

P. Brown, R.J. Weryk, S. Kohut, W.N. Edwards, Z. Krzeminski.: Development of an All-Sky Video Meteor Network in Southern Ontario, Canada : The ASGARD System. WGN. 38:1, 25-30 (2010)

Weryk, R.J., Brown, P.G., Domokos, A., Edwards, W.N., Krzeminski, Z., Nudds, S.H., Welch, D.L.: The Southern Ontario All-sky Meteor Camera Network. Earth, Moon, and Planets. 102, 241-246 (2008)

Brown, P., Weryk, R.J., Wong, D.K., Jones, J.: The Canadian Meteor Orbit Radar Meteor Stream Catalogue. Earth, Moon, and Planets. 102, 209-219 (2008)

Gural, P.S., Jenniskens, P.M., Varros, G.: Results from the AIM-IT Meteor Tracking System. Earth, Moon, and Planets. 95, 541-552 (2004)

Borovička J., Spurný P., Keclíková J.: A new positional astrometric method for all-sky cameras. Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 112, 173-178 (1995)

Borovička J.: The comparison of two methods of determining meteor trajectories from photographs. Bull. Astron. Instit. Czechoslovakia 41, 391-396 (1990)