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A ‘Slow’ Meteor Goes across the Skies (NASA, Marshall, 01/03/12)
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Editor’s Note: Wanted to let everybody understand that while this photo is NOT a Quadrantid meteor, the Quadrantid meteor shower comes to a head– tonight just!– in the wee morning hrs of Jan. 4. Best viewing time desires 3:00 a.m. your regional time, as well as the shower is forecasted to be a good one if you do not mind the cold. If you prefer to stay cozy, we have actually set up a real-time Ustream view of the skies over Huntsville, Ala., so you could enjoy the Quadrantids tonight by means of real-time Web webcam. The weather is looking cold and also clear! You could get more details right here: < a href=" http://www.nasa.gov/topics/solarsystem/features/watchtheskies/quadrantids_2012.html" rel=" nofollow" > www.nasa.gov/topics/solarsystem/features/watchtheskies/qu … Caption: At an early stage the morning of Jan. 3,
2012, a gorgeous meteor was seen taking a trip throughout the skies over Huntsville, Ala. Relocating gradually at “just” 18.9 km/s– or 42,000 miles per hour– the meteor was tape-recorded at about 10:34:16 UTC in a shade allsky camera at the Marshall Space Trip Facility. It started 88.5 km/55 miles up as well as was last discovered at 79.8 km/50 miles up. The meteor had a mass of 22 grams and had to do with an inch in diameter– rather huge for a meteor– and its orbit went out to the planet belt. Photo credit history: NASA/MSFC/Meteoroid Environments Office/Bill Cooke and Danielle Moser Original photo:< a href=" http://blogs.nasa.gov/cm/blog/Watch the Skies/posts/post _ 1325622824385. html” rel=” nofollow” > blogs.nasa.gov/ cm/blog/Watch% 20the% 20Skies/posts/post _ 132 …
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