As this is being written, Perseid meteors likely are streaking through someone’s sky. The peak of one of the strongest and most popular meteor showers of the year is here.Perseid meteors put on a good show for about a week before and after the August 12-13 height. This is a very good year for them in that the New Moon falls on August 11, giving dark, moonless nights.Remember these tips: The later at night you look for them, the more you are apt to see; pick an area away from manmade […]

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