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Cygnids in Jully 2019 from Bulgaria

Cygnids in Jully 2019 from Bulgaria
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I joined in the "Beli Brezi" camp near Ardino, Bulgaria, in July. It is an astronomical camp, attended by many students and scientists from all over the country and abroad. I participated in the Meteor Visual Observation Group. We were supposed to observe DEL, CAS, ANT, CAP, PER, SDA and PAU. But with the rest of the group we noticed a lot of sporadic meteors coming from the constellation Cygnus (Swan). We began our exploration and finally concluded that this could be a new meteor shower. It can't be Kappa-Cygnids because they are in August. And the characteristics of the meteors were not the same as those of Alpha-Cignids. My question is, did anyone watch anything like this between July 22 and August 3? If yes, please contact me!

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