Month: March 2022

Meteor Activity Outlook for 25 March-1 April 2022

During this period, the moon reaches its new phase on Friday April 1st. At that time the moon lies near the sun and is invisible at night. This weekend the waning crescent moon will rise during the early morning hours and won’t interfere with meteor observing as long as you keep it out of your field of view.

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February 2022 report CAMS BeNeLux

Abstract: A summary of the activity of the CAMS BeNeLux network during the month of February 2022 is presented. This month was good for a total of 5770 multi-station meteors resulting in 1939 orbits. Most of them were collected...

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Meteor Activity Outlook for 19-25 March 2022

During this period, the moon wanes from nearly full to nearly half-illuminated by the end of the week. This is the worse time of the month to try and observe meteor activity as the bright moon will lie above the horizon most of the night and will obscure all but the brightest meteors.

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Meteor Activity Outlook for 12-18 March 2022

During this period, the moon reaches its full phase on Friday March 18th. At that time the moon lies opposite the sun in the sky and lies above the horizon all night long. This weekend the waxing gibbous moon will set during the early morning hours but will not interfere with meteor observing during the more active morning hours, allowing a few hours of dark sky observing prior to dawn.

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