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How to Make the Most of Tonight's Leonid Meteor Show

Geminids Meteor Shower on Display Saturday Night

Saturday, December 13th, 2014 by Posted in National News NASA/MSFC/B. Cooke, NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office (NEW YORK) — It's that time of year again, when streaks of bright light and fireballs fly through the sky for the ..., 1 week ago

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'That huge Texas fireball' captured on raw dash cam

A meteor five times brighter than a full moon lit up the skies above Texas over the weekend, officials said Monday. Residents across Texas reported seeing the streaking fireball at around 8:45 p.m. Saturday. The American Meteor Society, a group that ...
 Sott.net1 month ago CBS Sci-Tech: Bright meteor streaks across Texas sky  CBS News1 month ago Fireball In Texas Sky Was A Meteor, NASA Says  Inquisitr1 month ago Fireball lit up Texas sky, residents say; was caught on camera  CNN1 month ago
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Embers from a Rock Comet

December has arrived, and for backyard sky watchers that means one thing: It is time for the annual Geminid meteor shower. Every year in early December, Earth passes through a stream of gravelly, dusty debris from rock comet 3200 Phaethon. This ...
 Space Fellowship6 days ago Geminid Meteor Shower December 13-14, 2014: Peak times tonight  Christian Today1 week ago Tonight's Geminids Meteor Shower Will Be the Year's Biggest  PC Magazine1 week ago Fireballs Streak Through the Sky in Geminids Meteor Shower  ABC News1 week ago
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Leonid Meteor Shower Live Stream: Watch The Leonids Peak Early Tuesday Morning

Stargazers, get ready for the Leonid meteor shower. It will peak just after midnight Tuesday, and though it won't bring the kinds of fireballs of the Orionids or the sheer volume of the summer's Perseids, the Leonids will still be worth staying up ...
 International Business Times1 month ago How to watch tonight's Leonid meteor shower  Austin American Statesman1 month ago Leonids Pinnacle Forecast for Monday  The Guardian Express1 month ago 2014 Meteor Shower: Where To View Leonid Meteor Shower Peak Online On November 18  International Business Times Australia1 month ago

NASA confirms 'fireball' lights up Texas sky

Scientists at NASA have confirmed that a ball of light seen streaking across the Texas skies Saturday was a meteor and one so bright they call it a "fireball." Hundreds reported seeing the bright green ball of light crossing the night sky above San ...
 Houston Chronicle1 month ago Nasa Confirms 'Unusual' Fireball Over Texas Ahead of Taurid and Leonid Meteor Showers  International Business Times UK1 month ago
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Missed Tuesday Night's Orionid Meteor Shower? Watch Here

The Orionid Meteor Shower, a spectacle that occurs each year as the earth moves through debris left behind by a comet, gave skywatchers quite a show Tuesday night. Earth is passing through a stream of debris from Halley's Comet, the source of the ...
 Time1 month ago Watch live! NASA video streams Orionid meteor shower or go outside and look yourself  The Register2 months ago How To Watch This Week's Exceptionally Stunning Orionid Meteor Shower  Business Insider2 months ago 2014 Orionid Meteor Shower To Put On Spectacular Show  Red Orbit2 months ago

Meteor showers predicted for early Tuesday morning

(CNN) -- If you wake up early enough on Tuesday, you might see some shooting stars. The predawn sky may be full of meteors as the Earth passes through a debris stream from Halley's Comet. This happens every October, NASA says. "We expect to see ...
 CNN2 months ago Predawn meteor showers predicted  CNN2 months ago Expect meteor showers early Tuesday  Channel40002 months ago

They Were Attending a Concert When an Extraterrestrial Object in the Night Sky Caught Their Attention

A video published online Sunday appeared to capture a meteor light up the Texas sky on Saturday night. Jamey Maki, who uploaded the footage to YouTube, wrote that he was attending a Modest Mouse concert in Austin when he captured the ...
 Blaze.com1 month ago Fireballs light the night sky  Examiner.com1 month ago Tuesday night offers shooting star spectacle  SABC1 month ago
International Business Times UK

Orionids Meteor Shower 2014: What Connects the Most Prolific Shooting Stars and Halley's Comet?

A fish-eye view of a green and red Orionid meteor striking the sky below Milky Way and to the right of Venus(Wiki Commons) The Orionid meteor shower is set to dazzle skywatchers for the second night in a row tonight (21 October) as the shooting ...
 International Business Times UK1 month ago Orionid Meteor Shower 2014: Catch Shooting Stars From Halley's Comet This Week  International Business Times2 months ago

Orionid shower to peak Tuesday evening

Weather permitting, stargazers can expect to see at least 20 meteors per hour as the Orionid meteor shower peaks Tuesday, according to the US' National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). "We expect to see about 20 meteors per hour when the ...
 GMA News.tv2 months ago Orionid Meteor Shower 2014 Peaks Early Tuesday Morning  Huffington Post2 months ago Get ready for a meteor shower created by the debris of Halley's Comet  Breaking News.ie2 months ago Orionids Meteor Shower 2014: Peak Dates, Times, Where to Look  Epoch Times2 months ago
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