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Perseid meteors: Skygazers hope for spectacular show
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10 August 2012
On 10 August 2012 BBC News reported:
The annual Perseid meteors are set to put on a spectacular sky show this weekend. Glare from a waning crescent moon may interfere with viewing. But the Perseids remain one of the most popular events in the astronomical calendar, with meteor rates expected to reach as many as 100 per hour. Their name comes from the fact that meteors in this shower radiate from the direction of the constellation Perseus.
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