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> Taurid Meteor Shower 2016, Observations
Undertakerson
post Nov 5 2016, 09:53 AM
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Hoping to get a chance to do some viewing tonight/tomorrow in the early hours.

This may be the only post in this section - given that the Taurids are not particularly plentiful, so they don't garner much attention.

So, if you do get to see some (reportedly, some could be fireball type), I hope you do give us an account of the experience smile.gif
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post Nov 11 2016, 07:03 AM
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Just saw this thread, I tried to get out there, but the skies were terrible. I did see the ISS and pretty good shooting star a few nights ago.

Leonids and geminids we'll be competing with the sun. Quadrantids look like the next real solid potential.



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