Bright Meteors Will Streak Across The Louisiana Sky In The Beloved Annual Perseid Meteor Shower In August
Summer nights were meant for stargazing, and we’re just in the beginning stages of meteor season. July may have stolen the spotlight with the comet NEOWISE shooting through the skies for the first time in almost 7,000 years, but that’s just the beginning. In just a few weeks, one of the most popular meteor showers in the world returns to light up the sky with hundreds of meteors – all you’ll need to do is look up!
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