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   Delta Aquarids

Active Jul 21st-Aug 23rd
Estimated ZHR: 16
Peaks Jul 28th
Guide to 2020 Major Meteor Showers

Quadrantids Dec 28-Jan 12
Lyrids Apr 16-Apr 25
Eta Aquarids Apr 19-May 28
Perseids Jul 17-Aug 24
Draconids Oct 6-Oct 10
Orionids Oct 2-Nov 7
Leonids Nov 06-Nov 30
Geminids Dec 4-Dec 17
Ursids Dec 17-Dec 26
Viewing Guide
ZHR is the max number of meteors expected to be viewed within an hour during the event peak.
Meteors are best viewed during the night hours, though meteors enter the atmosphere at any time of the day. They are just harder to see in the daylight apart from dawn and dusk. Any Ambient nearby lights, Moon light or City lights can make the viewing difficult .
Radio Ham Guide
Meteor scatter communications can be used by Ham Radio VHF enthusiasts. Using meteor scatter propagation enables ham radio enthusiasts and also commercial radio communications contacts .Meteor scatter communications using specialised operating techniques allows communications distances up to 2000 km or more on the VHF frequencies.
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