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Re[2]: (meteorobs) AUR Obs. on Aug 31, 1999.



Yes Bob, I think so.  AUR is hardly active in every year on maximum
night.  But we need to keep a watch on it.  I will try to observe it
tonight.

Clear skies,  Takema.


On Tue, 31 Aug 1999 15:16:35 -0700
Robert Lunsford <lunro.imo.usa@prodigy.net> wrote:

> Thanks for sharing your observations with us. The Alpha Aurigids are
> very sparse in numbers away from the night of maximum activity. With the
> low limiting magnitude seeing one member during 75 minutes of observing
> sounds normal to me.
> 
> Bob Lunsford


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