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Quadrantid Meteor Shower 2012
MahFL
post Jan 4 2012, 08:15 AM
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I've seen 1 so far in a clear sky and very cold temperatures, 27.9 F now, here in NE Florida.

03:40 est, 3 more observed, 2 bright 1 faint, 1 came in at about 80 degree's behind me. Temperature 27.5 F.

04:30 est, 3 more, including a very wide trail that resembled a fresh 747 vapor trail. Temp 27.1 and frankly too cold for obs.

Fortified with hot chocolate.....

05:22 est, 2 more, one faint, one bright. temp 26.8 F.

05:57 est, 4 more, all bright. Temp 26.4 F.
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