(meteorobs) Re: Star Chart with Radiants Plotted
wwgj180 at yahoo.com
Wed Jul 27 15:26:43 EDT 2005
Thanks, Joseph. I wasn't clear enough with my
question. I am familiar with the IMO and NAMN and
other resources, but I am looking for something that
puts it all together on a single sky chart. I would
think some of the star-charting software might do
this, just don't know for sure.
It might not exist, but I thought it would be handy.
I guess I could do it myself pretty quickly with the
aforementioned resources, a marker and a steady hand.
--- josephasmus at cox.net wrote:
> Hi Bill,
> If you go to the INternational Meteor Org's website,
> the annual meteor shower calenders they post offer
> very extensive information on showers... and they
> also include nice plots of the radiants of the
> larger more well-known showers... here is the link
> for the 2005 IMO Meteor Shower calender
> I am sure that if there are other web locations that
> have posted a more complete offering, you have
> probably receievd a fair number of responses and
> suggestions from fellow MeteorObs list members...
> Many of the members here are very glad to help.
> San Diego, CA
> > From: Bill Godley <>
> > Date: 2005/07/27 Wed AM 11:23:49 EDT
> > To: meteorobs at meteorobs.org
> > Subject: (meteorobs) Start Chart with Radiants
> > Can anyone direct me to an internet resource where
> > can get a sky-chart with meteor shower radiants
> > radiants plotted, or where you can have a chart
> > plotted for a given location and time with the
> > to show meteor shower radiants.
> > Thanks,
> > Bill Godley
> > Oklahoma, USA
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