[Ansteorra] This weekend's meteor shower
Gerald of Leesville
trf_liaison at hotmail.com
Fri Nov 16 17:40:04 PST 2001
Of course, if everyone came out to the last weekend of the Texas Renaissance
Festival SCA demo they would be in the right place (an area far away from
"city" lighting, large cleared areas of land surrounded by woods, benches,
etc.) at the right time (we're setting the clock for 3:30 (we just hope our
cabin-mates understand)) to view the showers AND you could work the demo the
Of course, I might be just a little bit biassed about the whole thing.
In service to the dream with a song in my heart, I am
HL Gerald of Leesville
TRF Liaison for the 2001 season
----- Original Message -----
From: <knotwork at juno.com>
To: <ansteorra at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 6:16 PM
Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] This weekend's meteor shower
> Thanks for the info. I'll try to get out and look. My big problem is
> that I am chicken to go out on country roads at night alone. The last
> time I went looking for a place to observe a meteor shower, every good
> spot I found already had a car there. As I would drive by slowly, they
> would start their cars and leave. I finally decided that alot of people
> wanted to see the meteor shower, but we were all scared of each other!
> On Thu, 15 Nov 2001 08:28:11 -0600 Bob Kelley <bkelley at accd.edu> writes:
> > Greetings from Sir Emrys Shaunnon, staff astronomer at the Scobee
> > Planetarium in San Antonio.
> > As many across Ansteorra will be attending events this weekend,
> > allow me to mention a celestial event that may prove to be quite
> > spectacular. Sky watchers across the globe are anticipating the
> > early
> > morning hours of November 17th and 18th. We may witness more than a
> > meteor shower - possibly a meteor storm!
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