Quadrantid Meteors over Japan

By: Yuichi Takasaka


Region: Asia

Site: Mount Fuji - Japan

Date: 2013 January 5

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Meteors appear over Mount Fuji during the peak of Quadrantid Meteor Shower in early January. Several photos selected from a photo sequence are digitally added to create this composite image of 6 meteors. Click on the constellation icon above the image to see a single-exposure version of this image. The world-known natural symbol of Japan, Fuji is the highest mountain in the country that reaches 3,776m. It is one of the Three Holy Mountains in Japanese culture. Mt. Fuji is a live volcano and last erupted about 300 years ago. Yuichi Takasaka,

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