|Sent on:||Sunday, November 2, 2008 7:41 PM|
�� We have an unique experience for those of you who would like to experiment with time lapse photography. From now to November 15 the meteor shower that we normally experience around this time should be even more distinct in its display.
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The Taurid meteors, sometimes called the "Halloween fireballs," show up between mid-October and mid-November, but Nov. 5 to 12 will likely be the best time to look for them this year, taking into account both their peak of activity and the effect of increasingly bright moonlight on viewing conditions.
After the Moon sets ��� around 11 p.m. local time on Nov. 5, later on subsequent nights ��� some 10 to 15 meteors may appear per hour. They are often yellowish-orange and, as meteors go, appear to move rather slowly. Their name comes from the way they seem to radiate from the constellation Taurus, the Bull, which sits low in the east a couple of hours after sundown and is almost directly overhead by around
Please e-mail the group with your desires to have a meetup, in the desert region, or in one of the high mountains for viewing as a group.
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