There are five meteor showers in November. The strongest meteor shower will probably be the Leonids. The Leonids Meteor Shower starts on November 10th and continues until November 23rd. I’m uncertain about the Leonids this year, I’m hoping, and I’d like to emphasize, “hoping” that this year will produce decent results.
I wanted to put this quick meteor shower schedule up on the site as soon as possible. I will be flying to Europe on November 1st and will be viewing all of this month’s meteor showers, especially the Leonids, from an observatory in the southwest of England. Please note that the Leonids will be strongest in the morning of November 17th.
I promise to post more about the Leonids on the site when I land safely in England. In the meantime keep your head up!
– Meteor Mark
P.S. I hear the have good coffee where I’m going…
|Southern Taurids||Sep 25||Nov 5||Nov 25||5+|
|Nothern Taurids||Sep 25||Nov 12||Nov 25||5+|
|Leonids||Nov 10||Nov 17||Nov 23||20+|
|α-Monocerotids||Nov 15||Nov 21||Nov 21||Low|
|Phoenicids||Nov 28||Dec 6||Dec 9||Low|