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Naturevolume 79page38 (1908) | Download Citation

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THE result of calculations made by the writer indicates that the Leonid epoch will fall a little later this year than might have been expected. There will be little, if any, meteoric activity during the period November 10–16, reckoning from noon to noon, but during the remainder of the month it is likely that shooting stars will be much in evidence. The following are the principal meteor showers that fall during the period November 16–30, the dates of the occurrences being expressed in Greenwich astronomical time:—

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