Activity Outlook

Weekly Meteor Activity Outlook articles by Bob Lunsford. Bob gives outlooks to upcoming meteor activity about once a week. He features showers from the working list of meteor showers as well as suspected radiants. Please refer only to the radiants of the Working list of visual meteor showers in observing reports.

Meteor Activity Outlook for April 25-May 1, 2009

Meteor activity picks up a bit during April as two major showers are active during the month. The first of these, the Lyrids, are active from the 16th through the 27th, with a pronounced maximum on the 22nd and 23rd. The Eta Aquariids start appearing near the 27th and reach maximum activity during the first week in May. Sporadic rates are low but steady as seen from the mid-northern hemisphere (45 N).

Meteor Activity Outlook for April 18-24, 2009

Meteor activity picks up a bit during April as two major showers are active during the month. The first of these, the Lyrids, are active from the 16th through the 27th, with a pronounced maximum on the 22nd and 23rd. The Eta Aquariids start appearing near the 27th and reach maximum activity during the first week in May. Sporadic rates are low but steady as seen from the mid-northern hemisphere (45 N).

Meteor Activity Outlook for April 11-17, 2009

Meteor activity picks up a bit during April as two major showers are active during the month. The first of these, the Lyrids, are active from the 16th through the 27th, with a pronounced maximum on the 22nd and 23rd. The Eta Aquariids start appearing near the 27th and reach maximum activity during the first week in May. Sporadic rates are low but steady as seen from the mid-northern hemisphere (45 N).

Meteor Activity Outlook for April 4-10, 2009

Meteor activity picks up a bit during April as two major showers are active during the month. The first of these, the Lyrids, are active from the 16th through the 27th, with a pronounced maximum on the 22nd and 23rd. The Eta Aquariids start appearing near the 27th and reach maximum activity during the first week in May. Sporadic rates are low but steady as seen from the mid-northern hemisphere (45 N).

Meteor Activity Outlook for March 28-April 3, 2009

Meteor activity picks up a bit during April as two major showers are active during the month. The first of these, the Lyrids, are active from the 16th through the 27th, with a pronounced maximum on the 22nd and 23rd. The Eta Aquariids start appearing near the 27th and reach maximum activity during the first week in May. Sporadic rates are low but steady as seen from the mid-northern hemisphere (45 N).

Meteor Activity Outlook for March 28-April 3, 2009

Meteor activity picks up a bit during April as two major showers are active during the month. The first of these, the Lyrids, are active from the 16th through the 27th, with a pronounced maximum on the 22nd and 23rd. The Eta Aquariids start appearing near the 27th and reach maximum activity during the first week in May. Sporadic rates are low but steady as seen from the mid-northern hemisphere (45 N).