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i remember seeing these one morning at about 2:30 or 3:00 while taking my husband to meet up with the guy he was riding to work with out of town. we were just north of sacramento, california - it was about eight years ago - what a beautiful sight - you couldn't keep track of them there were so many.
IMO, the Leonids are nothing but a miniature meteor belt that we pass through during this orbital phase around the sun.
Is Bruce Willis riding one or dd he already blow them up?
They're so pretty, aren't they? Thank goodness for our atmosphere!
I hope that the weather clears up here. Today it is pouring rain, so there will be no meteor-showers show visible.
We've got tons of cloud cover. I don't think we'll see much either.
hiya Cube..the dang blogger comments are going to drive me to drink...the beta version wont let ya comment at all unless u have beta!..arrgg!
Soon we will all be assimilated into beta.
Yeah, it's been rainning every once in a while, it's a bummer we have this low moving in. We need the rain, but the barometer drop and the cloud cover...no go.tmw
It's clear so far here in St. Louis. You will be able to see some even this evening. They said you don't even have to know where to find Gemini, as they will be all over.The easiest way to find Gemini is to find Orion, and Gemini it to its left.
nanc: some years ago we caught a particularly heavy Perseids shower & we gave up counting them there were so many.phoenix: hope you see them.
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