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  • 2014 Meteor Showers | StarDate Online


    The next meteor shower is the Perseids on the nights of August 11 and 12. The
    just-past-full Moon will overpower most of the fireworks.

  • EarthSky's meteor shower guide for 2014 | Astronomy Essentials ...


    Jul 17, 2014 ... Meteor seen during 2013 Eta Aquarid shower by Justin Ng ... The Lyrid meteor
    shower – April's shooting stars – lasts from about April 16 to 25.

  • Meteor shower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meteor_shower - 8 hours ago

    A meteor shower is a celestial event in which a number of meteors are observed
    to radiate, or originate, from one point in the night sky. These meteors are ...

  • Meteor Showers | American Meteor Society

    http://www.amsmeteors.org/meteor-showers/ - 17 hours ago

    A brief period of heightened meteor activity, often occurring regularly in a
    particular part of the sky at a particular time of year. Meteor showers are generally

  • 2014 Perseid meteor shower - Time and Date


    The 2014 Perseid meteor shower will peak between August 10 and August 13. A
    waning Gibbous Moon (the Moon's phase after a full moon) may make it harder ...

  • Meteor Showers - Time and Date


    Sometimes, meteors occur in clusters known as meteor shower. Meteor showers
    occur when a comet comes close to the sun and produces debris - meteoroids ...

  • meteor showers 2014 guide dates shooting stars comets leonids


    Meteor Showers Guide 2014 with dates and viewing tips from The Old Farmer's

  • Delta Aquarids Meteor Shower 2014: Dates for Entire Shower, and ...


    Jul 11, 2014 ... The Delta Aquarids Meteor Shower is basically here, starting on July 12 and
    running all the way through August 23. The meteor shower is ...

  • Perseids - Meteor Showers Online


    This is the most famous of all meteor showers. It never fails to provide an
    impressive display and, due to its summertime appearance, it tends to provide
    the ...

  • the Lyrid meteor shower - SpaceWeather.com


    Every year in late April Earth passes through the dusty tail of Comet Thatcher (C/
    1861 G1), and the encounter causes a meteor shower--the Lyrids. This year the ...