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    not mi......

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    Originally posted by Bluestrike
    not mi......
    may i borrow ur camera then?? hehhehhee..

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    Can we catch it in Singapore? Expected to be on which day at what time?

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    Originally posted by stk
    Can we catch it in Singapore? Expected to be on which day at what time?
    my friend said it's on 17th 2 am.. that means we had missed the peak.. but maybe able to catch some still..

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    "Nov. 15 — The 2002 Leonid meteor shower is shaping up as a remarkable show, building up to a climax early Tuesday. Though a nearly full moon will outshine fainter meteors, skywatchers should not be discouraged, experts say. A storm of shooting stars, along with possible bright fireballs, is in store during a display that won’t be repeated for at least three decades."

    from: http://www.msnbc.com/news/829273.asp?0cb=-217119351

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    the photos they took are sooo nice!!! in sg will nv have that type of sky conditions....

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    can't see the real one but lucky someone invented camera

    http://www.space.com/scienceastronom...ow_011119.html

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    Default Geminid meteor shower

    "...Geminids are rich in slow, bright, graceful meteors and bright fireballs..."

    from http://www.msnbc.com/news/844095.asp

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