This page provides the result of Leonids by radio meteor observations in the world.
Information (as following list)
|2019||WorldWide||Non unusal and clear activity.|
|2018||WorldWide||A small activity around λ⊙=236°.2 might be a sub-peak.|
|2017||WorldWide||Non unusal and clear activity.|
|2016||WorldWide||Non unusal and clear activity.|
|2015||WorldWide||Non unusal and clear activity.|
|2014||WorldWide||Non unusal and clear activity.|
|2013||WorldWide||The activity was very weak as same as background level.|
|2012||WorldWide||The activity was very weak as estimated A(max)=0.5.|
|2011||WorldWide||The weak activity with estimated ZHR 38 was over.|
|2010||WorldWide||The weak activity with a small peak around 21h(UT) 17th.|
|2009||WorldWide||The outburst prediceted by some researchers was observed.|
|2008||WorldWide||The small activity around λ⊙=235° was observed.|
|2007||WorldWide||It was impossible to see some Leonid activity.|
|2006||WorldWide||Although the peak on λ⊙=236°.617 was observed, error-bar was large.|
|2005||WorldWide||The clear peak was not observed as same as in 2004.|
|2004||WorldWide||The activity was annual level.|
|2003||WorldWide||The actvity level was much smaller.
The clear peak was however observed at λ⊙=236°.832
|2002||WorldWide||Two big peaks were observed that one is in Europe and one is
America. It was impossible to count in Europe as same as 2001.
|2001||WorldWide||It was impossible to count the number of echoes because
observed images were covered with a lot of long echoes.
|2000||WorldWide||Three big peaks were observed. The biggest peak was λ⊙=236°.087
which was provided by 1733 dust trail.
|Misato Obs||The peak was 0h 18th with HR74.|
|Tsukuba Univ.||The peak was 0h 18th as same as Misato Obs with max HR 100.|
|1999||WorldWide||Main peak was λ⊙=235°.301.
Sub peaks on λ⊙=234°.545 and λ⊙=235°.846 were also observed.
|Chigusa HS||The peak on 02h 18th with HR50 was observed.|
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Introduction of Leonids