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Re: Has Anyone Else Spotted A Meteor In Atlantic Canada

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Posted by dave barber/">dave barber on January 23, 2000 16:58:00 UTC

: You're gonna spot a heck of alot more. You are in a prime spot for the Leonids Meteor Shower. You probably saw some of the fore runners of this annual phenomenon. Between now and Nov 20 you will see alot of meteor activity in your area. The big day for the "show" is early morning hours of the 18th. These are tail trails of Tempel-Tuttle comet that came into our orbital path this year. Keep looking...the show will get better!!

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