"I wonder how many people I’ve looked at all my life and never seen."
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6am in Nagano… I shot these all within 1 block of each other on the same street while traveling on assignment last month through Japan.
The first of the 2014 meteor showers – The Quadrantids –
peak on 3rd January. It is estimated that they will hit somewhere between 60 and 120 meteors per hour.
To find the Quadrantids’ radiant - the region in which the meteors seem to emanate - look for the constellation Boötes in the east-northeast sky. Observers can look forward to dark skies since the night sky will be Moonless.
The meteor shower is predicted to climax around 19:30 Universal Time or or 2:30 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST). This places the northern Asia region in the best position to watch the show, though all northern hemisphere observers are encouraged to watch past 11 PM local worldwide. Remember: meteor showers are fickle beasties, with peak activity often arriving early or late. If you want more information, try Sky and Telescope/Universe Today/ Time and Date/Bad Astronomy