Dr. Duangdee Meteor Shower "King of Meteor Rain" November 17-18, the biggest drop of 10-15 per hour. No light See the naked eye in Thailand. North East Lions Star Cluster
National Institute of Astronomy, Ministry of Science and Technology, Chulachomklao "Meteor Rain King – King of Meteor Rain" after midnight on November 17th 61st at about 2 hours to dawn, .61 Highest fall 10-15 per hour The area is free of moonlight. Good to watch. Take a bare eye in Thailand. North East Lions star cluster Watching the dark is clear.
Mr Suparerk Kanthanont, head of the Astronomical Research Service, said that the "meteor shower" or "meteor star" is a meteor shower, which takes place every year in November. This will be noticed from midnight on November 17, 2018 to dawn on November 18, 2018 in the northeast. An area near the left star. It's all overnight in such night. However, the moon will return to the horizon around 1.30.
"So, the best time is about 2 o'clock. The average drop of 10-15 per hour Leo's Meteor shower is the brightest meteor shower, as it travels through the atmosphere at a speed of up to 71 km per second. I wonder how I look at the beauty of meteor shower in the night"
Mr Suparerk added: The showers should be dark, light or distant. We recommend sleeping in bed As the meteor shower is scattered across the sky. To shoot a meteor shower. Can not specify a note. Predict and open the camera and save the meteor through the camera. Interested parties can prepare and equip them for a time period.
The Meteor shower The 55P Tempel-Tuttle comet remains in the orbit of a comet that cuts through the Earth's orbit. The dust of these comets tears toward the earth's atmosphere. It lights up in the flash of light, like a fiery ball that runs across the sky. The direction of the running meteor shower leads to the orientation of the Earth's orbit around the sun. The speed of dust particles entering the atmosphere is very fast. With a speed of up to 71 miles per second. Meteor shower This is the brightest meteor shower. It was named. "King of meteor rain"