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January 4: Quadrantid meteor shower peak

January 4: Quadrantid meteor shower peak

The year starts with the Quadrantids. It is one of the most active meteor showers of the year: its hourly rate varies from 60 to 200. It is also known to produce fireballs. Unfortunately, this year, the peak occurs two days before the Full Moon. Better start observations in the morning, between moonset and sunrise: this way, you’ll get 1-2 hours without the 92%-illuminated Moon lighting up the sky. In the Northern Hemisphere, the radiant is always high in the sky. The farther south, the more likely it will appear above the horizon during the daytime

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How many of you witnessed the C/2022 E3 (ZTF) in Feb? Let me know and do comment about the celestial events you're waiting for

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