Hi, David -
Thanks for answering, but since you didn't explicitly say so, I have to ask: Norton's Star Atlas and the BAA Handbook give ANGULAR meteor speeds, correct?
Also, I don't suppose you know of any free or inexpensive ONLINE source for this information, do you?
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- Sat Mar 14, 2015 3:57 am
- Forum: Absolute beginners
- Topic: angular speeds of meteor showers
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I have heard the angular speed of meteors variously described as "slow", "medium", "fast", etc., and I know that the angular speed of meteors is sometimes expressed in terms of degrees per second. I have also heard that different meteor showers have characteristic angular speeds associated with them...