The Tellus Science in Museum in Cartersville took photographs of a meteor shower Wednesday morning. The museum’s Fireball camera, one of four such cameras installed by NASA in the southeast, captured the Quadrantid meteor shower. The Quadrantid is named after the constellation Quadrans Muralis.
Even though the Japanese earthquake occured on the other side of the world, it still registered as massive to Georgians monitoring the earth. One geologist on the Georgia coast says, the earthquake's massive tidal wave likewise will be measured in oceans all over the world -- if only barely.