The Result of Geminids


This page provides the result of Geminids by radio meteor observations in the world.

Radio Meteor Observation

icon Annual Variation List
icon Annual Variation Graphs

Information (as following list)

YearsourceComments (Time:UT)
2019WorldWideHigh Activity more than 2018 was seen. Estimated peak time was later.
2018WorldWideActivity Level was higher than annual year.
2017WorldWideThe peak structure was same as 2015.
2016WorldWideThe peak structure was same as 2015 and 2013.
2015WorldWideThe peak level was same as 2012 and 13. The peak time was λ=262°.2.
2014WorldWideThe high activity since 2011. Since FHWM was usual, peak level was higher.
2013WorldWideThe activity profile was very similar of 2012.
2012WorldWideAlthough the peak level was weaker than 2011, higher than annual year.
2011WorldWideThe activity level was higher than last year as A(max)=5.
2010WorldWideThe paek time was earlier than annual year.
2009WorldWideThe activity level was higher than annual year.
2008WorldWideAlthough the annual activity was seen, there were not enough data
2007WorldWideDescending branches of FWHM were longer about 6-hours.
2006WorldWideThe activity level was weakest in several years.
2005WorldWideThe activity level was similar of 2003.
2004WorldWideThe activity level was same as 2002. The beginning was around λ=260°.
2003WorldWideThe highest activity level was observed in several years.
2002WorldWideThe peak was 14th 12h. The high activity was seen from λ=261° to 262.5°
2001Misato Obs.The peak on 13th with HR120 was observed.
2000Misato Obs.The peak was 13th 19h with HR160. On 13th, it was more than HR 100.
1999Chigusa HSThe peak was observed on 18h 14th with HR140.


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