ASTEROIDS - METEORS

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Asteroids 02
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Asteroids 15
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Asteroids 16
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Meteor Showers - 2011-2020

Timetable in Universal Time for major meteor showers with Moon data

Best observing generally after local midnight and before morning twilight

Stellar Magnitudes of Brightest Asteroids

Graph showing the stellar magnitudes of the brightest asteroids during the coming months

Asteroids 12

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Asteroid 18 Melpomene - Ephemeris

Geocentric ephemeris of the asteroid in decimal equatorial coordinates for both the current date and J2000.0 at 00:00 UT

Asteroid 18 Melpomene - Equatorial Chart

Plot of the asteroid’s path in equatorial coordinates of current date

Greatest Brilliance 2014 JAN 27 at Magnitude +9.3

 

Asteroid 9 Metis - Equatorial Chart

Plot of the asteroid’s path in equatorial coordinates of current date

Greatest Brilliance 2014 MAY 16 at Magnitude +9.6

 

Asteroid 9 Metis - Ephemeris

Geocentric ephemeris of the asteroid in decimal equatorial coordinates for both the current date and J2000.0 at 00:00 UT

Asteroid 1 Ceres - Equatorial Chart

Plot of the asteroid’s path in equatorial coordinates of current date

Greatest Brilliance 2014 APR 15 at Magnitude +7.0

 

Asteroid 4 Vesta - Equatorial Chart

Plot of the asteroid’s path in equatorial coordinates of current date

Greatest Brilliance 2014 APR 14 at Magnitude +5.7

 

Asteroid 1 Ceres - Ephemeris

Geocentric ephemeris of the asteroid in decimal equatorial coordinates for both the current date and J2000.0 at 00:00 UT

Asteroid 4 Vesta - Ephemeris

Geocentric ephemeris of the asteroid in decimal equatorial coordinates for both the current date and J2000.0 at 00:00 UT

Asteroids 08
Asteroids 13
Asteroids 07
Asteroids 17

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Asteroid 15 Eunomia - Equatorial Chart

Plot of the asteroid’s path in equatorial coordinates of current date

Greatest Brilliance 2014 JUN 01 at Magnitude +9.5

 

Asteroid 15 Eunomia - Ephemeris

Geocentric ephemeris of the asteroid in decimal equatorial coordinates for both the current date and J2000.0 at 00:00 UT