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  • Meteor Shower Calendar : American Meteor Society

    As we approach the date of each shower's maximum, be sure to consult the latest
    AMS article about Meteor Showers, which will provide in depth information on ...

  • EarthSky's meteor shower guide for 2017 | Astronomy Essentials ...

    Jan 12, 2017 ... Composite image of 2015 Perseid meteor shower, taken over 3 nights by Scott
    MacNeill at Frosty Drew Observatory, Charlestown, Rhode ...

  • 2017 Meteor Showers | StarDate Online

    Name Date of Peak Moon Quadrantids Night of January 2 Sets around midnight
    Lyrids Night of April 21 Morning crescent Eta Aquarids Night of May 5.

  • Meteor Showers in 2017 - Sky & Telescope

    Jan 4, 2017 ... During the 2004 Geminid meteor shower, Alan Dyer caught a bright fireball with a
    tripod-mounted digital camera. He used a wide-field, 16-mm ...

  • Quadrantid Meteor Shower, One of the Year's Best, Is Peaking Now

    Jan 2, 2017 ... The Quadrantid meteor shower will peak on Jan. 3 and may well be one of the
    best meteor displays of the year.

  • Leonid Meteor Shower 2017: When, Where & How to See It

    Jan 27, 2017 ... The Leonid meteor shower peaks on Friday, Nov. 17. This guide tells you the
    best times and places to see these shooting stars (no equipment ...

  • Meteor Showers - When and Where to See Them - Time and Date

    Local times and where to look for the "shooting stars" from meteor showers all
    over the world.

  • 2017 Quadrantids Meteor Shower - Time and Date

    The 2017 Quadrantids meteor shower is expected to peak on January 4, 2017.
    Quadrantids, the first major shower of the year is best viewed from locations in ...

  • Meteor shower - Wikipedia

    A meteor shower is a celestial event in which a number of meteors are observed
    to radiate, or originate, from one point in the night sky. These meteors are ...

  • Meteor shower! :: NASA Space Place

    If it's time for a meteor shower, you won't need a telescope, binoculars, or a high
    mountain to have a "star gazing" party. You might need a warm sleeping bag ...