Radiant point

(Astron.) See Radiant, n., 3.

See also: Radiant

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The Lyrid got its name from its radiant point, which is the constellation Lyra, the Lyre.
Radiant Point Locator - points to the origin point of the meteor shower in the sky for best viewing angles, also, taking into consideration that at times the meteor trajectory could start below the earth and follow that path over a period of time.
The Geminid radiant point (near Castor in Gemini) climbs as high by 11 p.
But if you trace their lines of flight backward far enough (such as by holding a pencil or yardstick up to the sky), all their backward lines will cross the radiant point.
UFO Orbit was used to derive the radiant point for each dual-station Geminid, corrected for zenith attraction.
Since the radiant point is close to Perseus, it is common to see them streaking right along the Milky Way, even as far away as Sagittarius," he said.
Under the agreement Gas City will deploy Radiant Point of Sale (POS) and related technology at approximately 50 locations in Northeast Illinois, Northwest Indiana, Florida and Arizona.
The Radiant solution will include Radiant Point of Sale software, P1550 POS terminals, S4500 servers, and the Tiger Fuel Controller.
Late night is when the shower's radiant point (in northern Perseus) rises high in the sky.
UFO Orbit was used to derive the radiant point for each multistation Perseid, corrected for zenith attraction.
has added NCR s Radiant Point of Sale (RPOS) petroleum and convenience solutions as a new option for Shell Branded Wholesalers.