February and March Meteors


FEBRUARY and March meteoric showers have never been sufficiently investigated. No very special displays have invited abundant observation, and, moreover, cold and cloudy weather often prevails at this season. Meteors, too, are generally rare, and from these several causes few observers have made persevering efforts to determine the strengths and positions of the radiants visible.

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DENNING, W. February and March Meteors. Nature 75, 342 (1907) doi:10.1038/075342b0

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