Meteor Shower Observation en
The event of a meteor shower's occurrence as observed by terrestrial ground observers.
What are Properties? Properties
Meteor shows begins to become observable by terrestrial viewers.,
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When meteor shower was begun to be observed by terrestrial ground observers., ,
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The date of the maximum Zenithal Hourly Rate occurs,
|Zenithal Hourly Rate (max)||/astronomy/meteor_shower_occurrence/zenith_hourly_rate||/type/int||
In astronomy, the Zenithal Hourly Rate (ZHR) of a meteor shower is the number of meteors an observer would see in one hour under a clear, dark sky (limiting apparent magnitude of 6.5) and if the radiant of the shower were in the zenith. This property captures the maximum ZHR observed at the peak of the shower.,
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End of the period of observation of the meteor shower for this occurrence., ,
Meteor shower is no longer observable by terrestrial viewers.,
What are Included Types? Included Types
This type doesn't have any included types.