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> Astronomy Blog: The Leonid Meteor Shower
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Much like the last meteor shower of about a week ago, the Taurids, the moon will make it hard to see the Leonids that peak Thursday night and Friday morning. On average, there will be about 10-15 meteors every hour overnight. The Leonids seem to run on a cycle of the shower being very active every 33 to 34 years Read the full article


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