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Quadrantid Meteors Kickoff a Busy January 2019

2 Jan 2019, 13:31 UTC
Quadrantid Meteors Kickoff a Busy January 2019
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By David Dickinson

Happy New Year! The beginning of the first month of the year is always a busy one for astronomy, and January 2019 is no different, as the Earth reaches perihelion, the Quadrantid meteors peak, and a partial solar eclipse crosses the Pacific… all this week.
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