A ‘meteor storm’ of 1,000 shooting stars per hour could light up North American skies next week

A ‘meteor storm’ of 1,000 shooting stars per hour could light up North American skies next week

Ready to embrace searing uncertainty?

The Tau Herculids meteor shower could light up North American skies on May 30-31. Or not. It is possible that we will cross the thickest part of the comet fragment that creates the debris, in which case the night sky will be filled with shooting stars.

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