Shooting stars of Leonid meteors seen at Mt. Fuji
A camera successfully tracks a shooting star (R on top) from
the Leonid meteors above Mt. Fuji, west of Tokyo, at 4:15 a.m. on
Nov. 18. At the foot of the mountain many people waited to spot the
meteors, which pass near Earth every 33 years. The largest
concentration of shooting stars was expected between 4 and 5 a.m.
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- Registered date
- 1998/11/18 00:00:00
- Kyodo / Kyodo News Images
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- 1237 × 1997 pixel
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