The maximum of the Perseids 2005 has taken place on August 12, around 18h UT, as predicted.
Many observations can be seen on
The European observers have not
the highest counts at that moment. This is because the (geometrical) observing conditions (radiant elevation and azimuth) is not very favorable for them.
Aroung 6 - 7 am local time the radiant is very high, which is also an unfavorable
situation (this is quite different from visual observations).
Increases in the afternoon counts of European observers are an equally good indicator of Perseid activity.
Jeff Brower got the most luck, because the true maximum coincided with good radio observing conditions for him.
'Stay tuned' for the next days, it is not yet over