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CAMS BeNeLux

CAMS BeNeLux Website

GLOBAL METEOR SHOWER ACTIVITY

Site useage: Requires HTML5 compatable browser. Place cursor in "Pick a date" window. From pop-up calendar, select a past date for which data are available from the CAMS BeNeLux meteor video surveillance network (uploaded so far 2017.07.01 to present).

Explanation: The celestial sphere shows stars in gray and meteors in colors (showers: red = fast, blue = slow) or white (non-showers). New showers will show up as groupings of white dots. Each dot is the direction from which a meteor approached (called the "radiant"), displayed in sun-centered ecliptic coordinates. Rotate sphere with cursor. Hover to get the IAU stream number. Click to bring up a new window to see that shower in space.

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Curator: Peter Jenniskens
Responsible NASA Official: Lindley Johnson  

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