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meteor shower august 2015 | The Perseid Meteor Shower August 2015 – Starscapescientific's Blog

The next several nights (August 11, 12, 13) will be the peak of the Annual Perseid Meteor Shower, one of the best of the year. This year moon wash will be at a minimum, with the moon being a wanin…

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Meteor Shower of 1833 - Joseph Smith Foundation

Accounts Leonid meteor shower. This meteor shower occurred on the 13th of November, 1833. Parley P. Pratt "I witnessed the falling stars–which was the grandest and most sublime sight eye ever beheld. No fear entered

Stargazer Perry Ricciardulli caught a Perseid meteor on August 10, 2013, in Central New Jersey.

The annual Perseid meteor shower of 2013 peaks in mid-August. See photos Perseid meteor shower fireballs by stargazers as the 'shooting stars' display nears its peak.

Winter Solstice 2018 Coincides With Both A Meteor Shower And Full Moon

Posted: 2018-12-19 Don't miss the opportunity to look up into the night sky on this winter solstice and revel in the Native American "Cold Moon" full moon and the Ursid meteor shower. Winter solstice, falling on December 21, 2018, will mark the shortest day of the year as well as a full moon in the night sky. The upcoming full moon named the Cold Moon or the Long Night Moon will be visible during the longest night of the year. Photo of earth during winter by NASA The events will fall…

529px-Leonid_Meteor_Storm_1833 | The Public Domain Review | Flickr

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Perseid Meteor Shower 2016 - 15 Aug 2016 - Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/wdbowman/28371230663/

Perseid meteor shower from Grassy Top Colorado. This photo includes a collation of the 16 brightest meteors out of the 74 detectable in the 400+ shots I took early Thursday morning. I've corrected the angle of the trajectories to account for the Earth's rotation during the 4 hours the photos were taken. The lines of the meteor streaks point to the same point in the sky near the constellation Perseus (thus the Perseid meteor shower). The base photo was taken just as the moon was setting…