Posted by BC on January 3rd, 2010
Tonight (03Jan), at 1900UT, the peak of the first meteor shower of 2010 will occur. At least 100 meteors could be visible under ideal circumstances. Europe and Asia are favored for observing the meteors. The peak falls during daytime hours for America, but the shower can be heard via shortwave radio for those who want to still participate in the observation.
Those of you who see any of the Quadrantids are encouraged to post comments.
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January 4th, 2010 @ 8:35 pm
I caught one in a frame of a star trail image sequence in the early hours of monday morning. http://www.photosbykev.com/wordpress/2009/12/27/quadrantids-meteor-shower/