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Instead, bundle up, head outside and look up, because meteors can streak through any part of the sky.
The sudden flash of a shooting star is a delight, and its luster isn’t dimmed by the knowledge that meteor showers are merely the visible manifestation of space dust.
Over billions of years, asteroids and meteors have slammed into the moon.
Rare meteors might even be able to travel between Mars and Earth in a few months or years.
Scientists were so busy searching for the asteroid 2012 DA14, they missed the meteor that exploded over Russia in 2013 — leaving meteorites scattered behind.
Some of the speediest, but less common, estimates of flight time of meteors between Earth and Mars suggest the trip could be made in a few months to years.
But meteor detectors are built to look for solid chunks of metal and rock—not thin, porous bits of cloth.
HANGING BY A THREADGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
A meteor ripped the ship down the center like an old breakfast cannister.
TO EACH HIS STARBRYCE WALTON
The meteor of 1864 had a tail three or four degrees in length, and the body, like that of 1846, exploded with a loud report.
METEORIC ASTRONOMY:DANIEL KIRKWOOD
Without loss of life on either side, the Cavarale was in possession of the crew of the "Meteor."
THE DREADNOUGHT OF THE AIRPERCY F. WESTERMAN

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