In case you are interested:
This Thursday night (11/21) between 11 pm and 12:30 am, they are predicting a meteor outburst of several meteors per minute (up to a rate of 400 per hour) from the annual alpha Monocerotid meteor shower.  This annual shower usually only produces a few per hour, but conditions this year should be nearly the same as 1995 when a large outburst did occur. Unfortunately, the weather will likely preclude us being able to visually see this outburst. However, for those interested, you should have enhanced Meteor Scatter QSO opportunities on 6m/2m during this time. Try MSK144 (via WSJT-X) as it provides one of the best opportunities.  The shower radiant should be centered to our east southeast. The max rates will likely last only 15 minutes or so.
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