[ RadSafe ] Meteor shower tonight 13 Dec 2016

Dustin Miller dmiller at chaseenv.com
Tue Dec 13 10:12:00 CST 2016

While looking for additional information regarding the meteor shower, I went to www.spaceweather.com.  Good info on viewing area and time.  Of possible interest to RadSafers, I noticed that they have updated their homepage with a "Cosmic Rays in the Atmosphere" section as you scroll down the homepage.  They send a weather balloon to the stratosphere about once a week and one of the instruments is a radiation detector.  They provide a graph with dose information (X times BKGD in California) at altitudes of 25,000 ft, 40,000 ft, and stratosphere.  


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Subject: [ RadSafe ] Meteor shower tonight 13 Dec 2016

Are you a sky watcher? This evening, the year's best meteor shower meets the year's brightest full Moon.
Best and a great Christmas wish to all,
Maury&Dog  [Maury Siskel  maurysis at peoplepc.com]

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