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Unlike most meteor showers, the Draconids are best seen in the evening, instead of before dawn.

That’s because the winged Dragon, the shower’s radiant point, flies highest in the sky at nightfall.

Where is the radiant point of the Draconid shower, and how many Draconids will I see?

Can I see the Draconids from the Southern Hemisphere?

The date given was the third lunar month of 1490, which translates as March 21 to April 19, 1490.

Although the Ming Dynasty history did not record the number of deaths or injuries, other sources do.

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October’s Draconid meteor shower – sometimes called the Giacobinids – radiates from the fiery mouth of the northern constellation Draco the Dragon.

Due to the paucity of detailed information and the lack of surviving meteorites or other physical evidence, researchers have also been unable to definitively state the exact nature of the dramatic event,"Stones fell like rain in the Ch’ing-yang district. The larger ones were like goose's eggs and the smaller ones were like water-chestnuts. All of the people in the city fled to other places." One source of Chinese astronomical information of celestial events, the Zhongguo gudai tianxiang jilu zongji (Complete collection of records of celestial phenomena in ancient China) records ten works that discuss the March–April 1490 event, The History of Ming work (the 明史, or Míng Shǐ) states only that there was a rain of uncountable stones of various sizes.

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