2010 Geminids
Publiée le 2010-12-11
the Geminids is a meteor shower that lasts generally from the sevens until 17 December. Another as famous as the Perseids, though they produce at least as many events per hour (100). They are current body is the asteroid 3200 Phaethon, which is unusual but not an isolated case. The Geminids activity slowly raises and peaks on December 14 at 11 o'clock UTC, and then quickly decreases in the following three days.

IMCCE, in collaboration with our Czech colleagues work under an observation campaign in order to calibrate the camera of the future CABERNET network (CAmeras for BEtter Resolution NETwork), which is part of the PODET project.

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