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Message Subject LIVE "ELF/ULF" MONITORING OF EARTHQUAKE PRECURSOR SIGNALS ON GLP. QUAKE FORECAST UP TO 6HRS IN ADVANCE...(((Updated Daily))) By ELQ.
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Meteor Streams
Meteor streams are groups of meteoroids originating typically from dust grains ejected from comets. These small dust grains are distributed along the parent comet's orbit concentrated close to the comet nucleus with fewer grains farther away from the nucleus. Every time the Earth passes through such a stream of dust particles (i.e. meteor stream), we experience what is known as a meteor shower.

Of particular interest to solar system dynamics is the association of a parent (source) body with a specific meteor stream. The following table lists known meteor streams in chronological order of peak activity. In addition to the name of the meteor stream and time of peak activity, the associated parent body (where known) is also shown.

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]
Meteor Stream Peak Activity Parent Body
Quadrantids early January
delta-Cancrids mid-January
alpha-Centaurids early February
delta-Leonids late February
gamma-Normids mid-March
Virginids late March
Lyrids late April C/1861 G1 (Thatcher)
pi-Puppids late April 26P/Grigg-Skjellerup
eta-Aquarids early May 1P/Halley
Sagittarids mid-May
June Bootids late June
Pegasids early July
July Phoenicids mid-July
Piscis Austrinids late July
Southern delta-Aquarids late July
alpha-Capricornids late July
Southern iota-Aquarids early August
Northern delta-Aquarids early August
Perseids mid-August 109P/Swift-Tuttle
kappa-Cygnids mid-August
Northern iota-Aquarids late August
alpha-Aurigids early September
delta-Aurigids early September
Piscids late September
Draconids early October 21P/Giacobini-Zinner
epsilon-Geminids mid-October C/1964 N1 (Ikeya)
Orionids late October 1P/Halley
Southern Taurids early November 2P/Encke
Northern Taurids mid-November 2P/Encke
Leonids mid-November 55P/Tempel-Tuttle
alpha-Monocerotids late November
chi-Orionids early December
Phoenicids early December D/1819 W1 (Blanpain)
Puppid-Velids early December
Monocerotids (Dec) early December C/1917 F1 (Mellish)
sigma-Hydrids mid-December
Geminids mid-December 3200 Phaethon (1983 TB)
Coma Berenicids late December
Ursids late December 8P/Tuttle

Wow, I knew we had more meteor showers this year, but I had no idea.
 
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