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The Last Meteor Shower Of The Summer Will Be A Big One. Here's How To Watch

From outtherecolorado.com:

"In coming weeks, one of the most reliable meteor showers on record could send hundreds of meteors streaking across the Colorado sky. 
The Persieds Meteor shower, named for the Perseus constellation, is caused by space debris from the Swift-Tuttle comet. According to TimeandDate.com, on most years, the shower can produce up to 100 meteors per hour. 
This year, the meteor shower is expected to peak on August 11, 12, and 13, with the best chance to see the most meteors per hour just before dawn each day."

Read the full article, here.


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