The Omicron Centaurids meteor shower has a radiant which is in the constellation Centaurus which is visible from the southern hemisphere. It is most easily seen at 2:00 am, local standard time. It is visible from late January through February each year. It peaks in mid-February.
- Lunsford, Robert, International Meteor Organization, February 18, 2006. Retrieved January 21, 2007
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