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South June Aquilids meteor maximum in the constellation Aquila at 11:00 UT, 17th June, 2014.



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South June Aquilids meteor shower peak at 05:00 UT, 17th June, 2013.

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South June Aquilids in the constellation Aquila.

ZHR=3.0

Velocity=38.6km/s

The stream is active from the 9th June to the 2nd July.

Radiant: RA=19.4h/293° Dec=-4.9° (J2000) 



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Maximum of the South June Aquilids meteor shower in the constellation Aquila on the 17th June, 2011.
The shower is active from the 9th June to the 2nd July.

ZHR=3.0 
Velocity=38.6km/s

Radiant:  RA=19.5h/293°  Dec=-4.9°


During June 13-19, 1961, C. S. Nilsson (Adelaide, South Australia) detected four radar meteors from =293.9°, =-8.4°. A second radar survey was conducted by G. Gartrell and W. G. Elford (Adelaide, South Australia) during June 1969. A total of 13 meteors indicated an average radiant of =289°, =-6° centred on June 11. Finally, during June 2 to July 2, 1969, Z. Sekanina directed the Radio Meteor Project at Havana, Illinois. Thirty-five meteors indicated a radiant of =297.1°, =-7.1° when the shower reached maximum on June 17.5.
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