And now for some real meteors (as opposed to Continue reading “Leonids from midnight to dawn”
This is a scene for the night between August 12 and 13 (Saturday and Sunday).
The sparks of light called the Perseid meteors will come streaking from the northeast over the next night or two.
These fragments of Halley’s Comet come Continue reading “Eta Aquarid meteors”
The Lyrid meteors come around again.
Meteors of the Quadrantid stream are expected this year to reach their peak about Jan. 3 14h by Universal Time.
This meteor shower
Here is a diagram I made for Continue reading “Leonids and the lingering Moon”
If you see a meteor in the nights around now, it may be a Taurid, or, less likely, a Delta Aurigid.
The Draconid meteors may be seen in the nights of Friday and Saturday, October 7 and 8 –