Hope it peaks on friday/saturday I'll try my luck from the Southern Hemisphere. I'm really jealous of you guys up North.
Perseus rises at about 3am and is not really high in the horizon but I can't lose anything by trying.
Wish me luck this weekend!
Chris Peterson wrote:
Only added another 25 last night, bringing the total to 192 over seven nights. It looks like we had some thin clouds or light fog for a couple of hours before sunrise, which with the Moon cut the detection rate way down.
neufer wrote:So what kind of trees :tree: are those off in the east, Chris?
Have all your meteor pictures over the years been taken from the same spot, and, if so, what spot is that?
luigi(fromfield) wrote:Thanks for the Info. Which direction is south in your diagram?
Can you guesstimate the number of meteors that would have been visible at latitude 35 south?
I´m asking this to be able to estimate what can be seen and photographed from my location as there´s absolute nothing about the Perseids from the South Hemisphere.
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