Intro: The following plots show the location of meteor shower radiants as detected in near real-time by the MEO-sponsored multi-station Canadian Meteor Orbit Radar (CMOR). Each day approximately 4000-5000 individual meteoroid orbits are measured by CMOR - the amount of "clumpiness" in these radiants determines the location of individual showers. Groupings of radiants in location and speed are localized using a 3D wavelet transform technique and the associated showers listed by their three letter International Astronomical Union code

The top plot shows the apparent radiant activity overlaid on a map of the sky as seen from the radar station (43N, 81W) at the time indicated. The sun and moon are also displayed. The bottom plot shows the same view with individual radiants color coded by their speed.

Details of the radar system can be found at The University of Western Ontario Meteor Physics Group.