Leonid Meteor Shower over Niagara Falls, 1833

Leonid Meteor Shower over Niagara Falls, 1833

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A stamped and numbered archival pigment print on Somerset Satin 330gsm paper, available in 2 sizes.

Leonid Meteor Shower Over Niagara Falls is an illustration from Edmund Weiss, Bilder Atlas der Sternenwelt (Image Atlas of the Star World), published in 1888.

The Leonid Meteor shower occurs approximately every 33 years, as the Earth moves through the trailing particles of the orbiting comet Tempel-Tuttle. The Leonids take their name from the constellation of Leo where they appear to originate.

The Leonid Meteor Shower of 1833 was one of the most spectacular in history.

This is one of a series of celestial images Stephen Ellcock has released as archival limited editions of 250 copies. Each copy comes with a signed and stamped certificate of authenticity.


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