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It began about an hour before the predicted maximum, and few meteors had been visible earlier in the evening.
November 18, 1999, clear and dark sky (5.7-6.0 mag).
The average rate was about 20 meteors per hour.
At 3h we could easily estimate that Leonids per hour were visible in the sky.I'm going down the mountain today and, the first thing that I am going to do is to stop by the photo lab and develop the film to see what came out.On kuponkode lampeguru the road to the observation place, like a good omen, we saw some fireball in the Big Dipper.Most were between magnitude 2 and 0, only a few fainter meteors were seen.The apotheosis, the firework finishing, occured when a huge fireball dazzled us during some seconds, leaving a trace in the sky 15 degrees long, 30 minutes wide.From Raul Lima (Porto, Portugal) : The observations reported below were done in Sande, Marco de Canaveses, Portugal (about.05 N,.1 W, 40 km E from Porto) with cloudless skies, an almost clear horizon at East (exception made for a tree.Around the peak several (3, 4, five and even 6, once) simultaneous, making it difficult to count, sometimes.The sky above us was not crystal-clear but a bit hazy.We can call this year's shower a Baby Storm, but still not comparable to last year's background stream with those unforgettable fireballs over the lovely lands of Iran.The Earth had just crashed headlong into the remnants of the comet Temple Tuttle.They weren't extremely bright (the maximum I saw was mag -2, but a friend who stayed up longer saw what was a probably a -7).Universal Time 0h00 - 1h00 20 environ (approx.) 1h10 - 1h20 20 1h22 - 1h32 33 1h35 - 1h45 68 1h55 - 2h05 90 2h05 - 2h15 140 2h14 - 2h24 73 (two people observing at this time and more clouds -a very bright meteor.Rijk-Jan Koppejan From the Sirius Astronomical Society of Kermanshah (Iran) : There was a quite pleasant mild cold, clear sky last night and the members of the Society observed the shower all night.It was 1h30 UT when the cosmic symphony begun, the crescendi were exceptional and the vision was magical.Robert Wielinga, from a group of Italian students : We prepared observations from Torino and from Bologna: in Torino we had very good weather conditions, in Bologna not so good.Close to 1:50am UT on Nov.18, the ZHR reached the highest level of 2500.
A maximum ZHR in sol.
According to my estimates, the ZHR was about 30000 during the maximum peak, from 2h15 UT to 2h50.We were lucky that during the maximum there were almost no clouds in this part of the sky.Now the meteors showed more colours, mostly green.Working with 10 cameras clicking and 2 television crews here.From 11:30 pm to 1:00 am UT).I took several pictures using my Canon camera mounted on one of the equatorial mounts that are located in the "Sarcofago together with an 11-inch Celestron telescope.But in the Morning of Nov.Taking the light pollution and the clouds into account, the rates should be much higher.