The following plots show the location of meteor radiants as detected in near real-time by the MEO-sponsored multi-station Canadian Meteor Orbit Radar (CMOR). Each day approximately 4000-5000 individual meteoroid orbits are measured by CMOR – the amount of “clumpiness” in these radiants determines the location of meteor showers. Groupings of radiants in location and speed are localized using a 3D wavelet transform technique and the associated showers listed by their three letter International Astronomical Union code
The plot shows the apparent radiant of the meteor activity overlaid on a map of the sky as seen from the radar station (43N, 81W) at the time indicated. The sun and moon are also displayed.