Taurid meteor

Taurid meteor

[′tȯr·əd ′mēd·ē·ər]
(astronomy)
A meteor shower occurring from about October 26 to November 16 in the Northern Hemisphere, with the maximum occurring about the first week in November; the radiant lies in the constellation Taurus.
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A new calculation by Mark Boslough, a physicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, shows that the tree-fall pattern in Siberia is consistent with an asteroid coming from the same area in the sky as the Taurid meteor swarm.
Astronomer expert at QCH Dr Beshir Marzouk said the Taurid meteor shower will be the first meteor shower to be seen over Qatar sky during November, when it will arrive its peak from the evening of Monday, November 12, 2018, till dawn of Tuesday, November 13.
November 11 - Taurid Meteor Shower Like last month's Orionid meteor shower, you'll be able to catch the peak of the Taurid Meteor Shower this Friday.
11, a brilliant Taurid meteor shower will take center stage during late night and the following morning.
The South Taurid meteor shower brings shooting stars after midnight between the 1st and the 7th in Taurus.
According to Clube, the 1908 event seems to have been a remnant of Comet Enecke, which had a 3.3-year Earth-crossing ephemeris and may itself have been a maverick part of the annual Taurid meteor stream.
"The Taurid meteor shower will be visible from the evening of November 11 to the dawn of November 12," astronomer at QCH Dr Beshir Marzouk said.
The scientists noted that there are likely many undetected asteroids inside the Taurid meteor shower spanning up to 990 feet in diameter.
Every year, from late October to late November, the Taurid meteor shower occurs, it was explained later.
First meteor shower will be seen over Qatar sky is Taurid meteor shower, where its peak will be from evening of November 11 until dawn of November 12.
"T people of GAaAaAeA bekli Tepe appear to have had a special interest in t Taurid meteor stream, the same meteor stream that is proposed as responsible for the (http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/09/130910-comet-impact-mammoths-climate-younger-dryas-quebec-science/) Younger-Dryas  event," the study said.