Twinkle, twinkle little star


Photo submitted by Harold Jerrell If you thought you saw a shooting star on Thursday or Friday evening, you were almost correct. The Perseid meteor shower made the night sky sparkle. Astronomers expected approximately 200 meteors per hour were visible in the early morning hours in areas without light pollution.


Photo submitted by Harold Jerrell

If you thought you saw a shooting star on Thursday or Friday evening, you were almost correct. The Perseid meteor shower made the night sky sparkle. Astronomers expected approximately 200 meteors per hour were visible in the early morning hours in areas without light pollution.

Photo submitted by Harold Jerrell If you thought you saw a shooting star on Thursday or Friday evening, you were almost correct. The Perseid meteor shower made the night sky sparkle. Astronomers expected approximately 200 meteors per hour were visible in the early morning hours in areas without light pollution.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Meteor-H4-B-GGG-rr.jpgPhoto submitted by Harold Jerrell If you thought you saw a shooting star on Thursday or Friday evening, you were almost correct. The Perseid meteor shower made the night sky sparkle. Astronomers expected approximately 200 meteors per hour were visible in the early morning hours in areas without light pollution.
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