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  • What's long, white, and streaks across the sky?

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    This November 2000 NASA file image shows a meteor streaking across the sky during the Leonid meteor shower. Astronomers can expect a good display by the annual Perseid meteor shower next week, web logs and specialist media said(AFP/NASA-HO/File)

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    Have you been drinking tonight??

    The Leonids will peak on November 17 this year.
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      BB......is that going to be better than the meteor shower i just missed?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by bigJOE@Aug 15 2005, 12:55 AM
        BB......is that going to be better than the meteor shower i just missed?
        No.

        The Perseids were definitely the most promising and accessible of this year's meteor showers. The Leonids will produce a maximum of about 10-20/hour, the Perseids produced 40 - 80/hour.
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