Meteors

@article{BarnardMeteors,
  title={Meteors},
  author={Elizabeth Barnard},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={25},
  pages={173-173}
}
ON the evening of Wedue day, November 16, whilst sweeping the western heavens in search of comets, I was startled by a brilliant illumination to my right. Looking up hastily, a bright meteor was seen moving rapidly in the north-eastern heavens; it started about 3° north of Capella, and traversed a path of some 10° in a north-easterly direction, passing… CONTINUE READING