Before sunrise tomorrow, watch the skies for what’s expected to be a spectacular meteor shower, NASA officials said.
From late July through August every year, meteors called Perseids fly out of the constellation Perseus into the night skies. Stargazers this month will see colorful fireballs, occasional outbursts and usually long hours of gracefully streaking meteors, according to NASA. Experts say there’s always one night of the showers that has the most activi...
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