Early Leonid Meteor
Taken by Monika Landy-Gyebnar on November 6, 2018 @ Veszprém, Hungary
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Leonid meteor shower is just about to begin and today before dawn I could already see 4 (or maybe 5) of them on the first day of their activity.
The most beautiful of them fell after moonrise (but15 min. before Venus emerged from the horizon), and also another, faint sporadic meteor fell into the same pic. Despite the brightening sky and very high humidity the Leonid looked really fine! In Hungary we have a saying when we wish something to be multiplied your mom and dad should also come, so I said it to this Leonid. Hopefully a lot of them will visit our sky soon!
Still a lot of Taurids are present, and I could also see several late Orionids too.
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