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1. When meteoroids enter Earth’s atmosphere, or that of another planet, like Mars, at high speed and burn up, they’re called Meteors. This is also when we refer to them as “shooting stars.” Sometimes Meteors can even appear brighter than Venus -- that’s …

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2. Meteors Meteors, also known as shooting stars, are pieces of dust and debris from space that burn up in Earth's atmosphere, where they can create bright streaks across the night sky

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3. Meteors are sometimes observed with red, yellow or green trails

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4. Radar indicates there are 12,000 Meteors on a …

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5. What Is a Meteor Shower? A meteor shower is when a number of Meteors — or shooting stars — flash across the night sky, seemingly from the same point

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6. 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 called Radiant

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7. These Meteors are caused by streams of cosmic debris called meteoroids entering Earth's atmosphere at extremely high speeds on parallel trajectories.

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8. A meteor shower is when a number of Meteors — or shooting stars — flash across the night sky, seemingly from the same point

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9. A meteor shower is a spike in the number of Meteors or "shooting stars" that streak through the night sky

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10. Up to 18 Meteors per hour: Parent: C/1861 G1 (Thatcher) Where: Both Hemispheres: List of meteor showers

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11. Meteors are most often seen as a very brief streak of light in the night sky

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12. Meteors are often referred to as shooting stars or falling stars because of the bright tail of light they create as they pass through the sky

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13. Most Meteors occur in Earth’s mesosphere, about 50-80 kilometers (31-50 miles) above the Earth's surface.

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14. Every so often, the Planet Earth gets hit by Meteors and asteroids

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15. Meteors and meteor showers can occur in the daytime as well, they just can't be seen due to the Sun's glare

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16. Its hourly rate is an impressive 50 to 60 Meteors per hour

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17. Meteors travel at tens of thousands of miles per hour and those that are smaller than a football field will be broken apart and burn up in the atmosphere of Earth

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18. Meteors are flashes of light made when bits of space rock speed through our atmosphere and burst into flames

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19. Meteors may be created by comets and asteroids but are not themselves comets and asteroids

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20. Meteors are streaks of light, usually lasting just a few seconds, which people occasionally see in the night sky

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21. Meteors are caused by the entry of small pieces of rock, dust, or metal from space into the atmosphere at extremely high speeds.

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22. Lunar and Martian Meteors are the rarest, and therefore most valuable, type of stony Meteors

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23. Iron Meteors were once parts of the cores of other bodies, mostly asteroids.

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24. You create six tiny Meteors in your space

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25. When you cast the spell — and as a bonus action on each of your turns thereafter — you can expend one or two of the Meteors, sending them streaking toward a point or points you choose within 120 feet of you.

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26. Meteors are often referred to as shooting stars or falling stars

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27. Meteors are often called falling stars or shooting stars

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28. The Meteors are an English psychobilly band formed in 1980

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29. 2 days ago · The National Seismological Service noted that the bright objects seen from Earth could be Meteors or smaller space rocks, trash or debris from spacecraft and satellites

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30. Meteors synonyms, Meteors pronunciation, Meteors translation, English dictionary definition of Meteors

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31. About 100 million Meteors a day enter the Earth's

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32. Also known as shooting stars, Meteors is actually called a meteoroids

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33. Meteors are made of a mix of rocky stuff - silicate minerals, and iron-y stuff - alloys of nickel and iron

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34. The two radiants, or points where the Meteors appear to originate in the sky, lie just south of the Pleiades star cluster

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35. National Geographic Readers: Meteors Paperback – Illustrated, January 6, 2015 by Melissa Stewart (Author) › Visit Amazon's Melissa Stewart Page

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36. Meteors may also enter Earth's atmosphere due to the long-term gravitational perturbations that eventually release a large asteroid out of the belt

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37. If no prominent shower is active then most of the Meteors that are seen will come from random directions in space

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38. These Meteors are called sporadic Meteors and about one every ten minutes is the normal rate for them to be seen

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39. Most fire-balls and meteorites are sporadic Meteors.

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40. The Meteors appear to originate from the constellation Leo

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41. Taurid Meteors radiate form the sky not far from the Pleiades star cluster in Taurus

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42. Leonids November 16-18 The Leonids are best known for their 33-year peaks, during which 100s of Meteors per hour can be observed

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43. Normal peak rates are 15-20 fast Meteors (44 miles per second) .

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44. 15 Places Where Meteors Hit in the U.S

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45. Most Meteors completely burn up as they enter Earth's atmosphere and make a streak of light in the sky as they disappear

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46. Meteoroids burning up in the atmosphere of Earth become Meteors.

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47. Meteors are fun to watch for in the nighttime skies, whether they simply flare overhead or end up with meteorites on the ground

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48. Meteors can be seen at any time, but the best time to look for them is during periodic showers

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49. There are about 20 main showers, although only a few of them produce as many as 50 Meteors per minute.

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