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QUADRANTID METEOR SHOWER: If you see a fireball on Jan. 4th, it's probably a Quadrantid. These meteors come from extinct comet 2003 EH1. Earth is expected to cross the narrow stream of debris between 0900 UT and 1500 UT, producing dozens of meteors per hour. Because the shower's radiant is high in the northern sky, it is a winter shower that few sky watchers see despite its intensity.


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