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- Meteor showers are common - appearing every few weeks throughout
the year. The trick is to know which are the major shows, what
days, direction, time of night, and location to view them. Geminids
and Perseids are the reliables; Leonids is famous but
temperamental; Quadrantics are the dark horse. Follow them on
meteor calendar, learn their characters, avoid the moon and light
pollution, wait past mindnight for the bugs-on-the-windshield
effect, and bring a cup of hot chocolate.
- EnglishBy chaiseri2015-01-30• 644 Views0 Like0 Dislike1 Subscriber
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- Which are the major meteor showers and how are they named?
- How is each meteor shower different from the others?
- How can I best view these meteor showers?
- On which days and time can I view them?
- What kind of location and what should I prepare to view them?