Interplanetary distributions from a sample of 20,000 radar meteor observations are presented. These distributions are freed from all known selection effects with the exception of a possible bias against fragmenting meteors which has not yet been adequately assessed. These data thus represent the largest and most accurate collection of radar meteor distributions. Both general average distribution and the distribution of meteor streams with their comet and asteroid associations are presented. Sporadic space density and space density of meteor streams are also included.