Midway Between Storms: Our Guide to the 2014 Leonid Meteors - Universe Today
If there’s one meteor shower that has the potential to bring on a storm of epic proportions, it’s the Leonids. Peaking once every 33 years, these fast movers hail from the Comet 55P Temple-Tuttle, and radiate from the Sickle, or backwards “question mark” asterism in the constellation Leo. And although 2014 is an “off year” … Continue reading "Midway Between Storms: Our Guide to the 2014 Leonid Meteors"
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