From: tett <tett_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:47:12 2004
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Sorry list but made a mental mis-calculation. Tough when you go to
bed at 1 in the morning after enjoying wine with friends and then getting
up at 4 to watch a meteor shower.
<p>We didn't see over 100 per hour. We saw over 1000 per hour!
As a reality check I asked my wife to guess what the rate was and she said
that it was easily one every few seconds on average. The longest
we had to wait was ~ 5 to 7 seconds and more often than not much less.
Many times you could see multiples and often steaks would be still visible
when new ones shot down.
<p>Again, what a night!!!!!
<blockquote TYPE=CITE><font face="Futura Lt BT"><font size=+0>Greetings
<p><font face="Futura Lt BT"><font size=+0>So far the first 1/2 hour has
been AWESOME! The show stopper for the kids has been a burst that
painted 5 across the sky at the same time!! Nice weather here in
Elizabeth CO (30 miles south and east of Denver).</font></font>
<p><font face="Futura Lt BT"><font size=+0>Juris Breikss</font></font>
<br><font face="Futura Lt BT"><font size=+0>jpbrockets_at_aol.com</font></font></blockquote>
Received on Sun 18 Nov 2001 08:06:50 AM PST