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The task of making meteor shower predictions has been
attempted since the XIXth century, but significant suc-
cess was achieved only in the late XXth (Kondrat'eva
& Reznikov, 1985; Lyytinen, 1999; Mc
Naught & Asher,
1999). Several studies (e.g., Lyytinen & Van Flandern,
2000; Vaubaillon, 2002) indicate that the great Leonid
meteor storm period is now over until at least 2033,
although noticeable outbursts will occur in 2006 and
2007.
However, as in 2003 (Vaubaillon et al., 2003) we
announce here an unexpected Leonid meteor shower in
2004 November. The 2003 shower was unusual in the

  

Source: Armagh Observatory

 

Collections: Physics