There are several on-going meteor showers throughout October but unfortunately the Epsilon Geminids aren’t very active and the almost last quarter Moon may drown out their light. Their radiant appears near the center of the images above.
The images depict the sky at 2 a.m. local time.
(Click on an image to enlarge.)
Images Courtesy of Mobile Observatory.
The Epsilon Geminid meteor shower begins. (Maximum zenith hourly rate: 3)
Events in bold involve objects and/or events that are easily visible with the naked eye.
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