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Meteoric Phenomena in June

Nature volume 78, page 90 (28 May 1908) | Download Citation



IN June there are few meteors seen which leave streaks. Possibly the twilight is responsible for this; it must partially be so, but 1 do not think that it will wholly account for the seeming rarity of meteors of the same type as the August Perseids or November Leonids.

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