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West Texas Meteor Fireball...Captured By ELPALLSKY Fireball Camera 17nov2011

Image From Sandia Fireball Camera-El Paso Int'l Airport Air Traffic Control Tower 18nov2011 00:53:28 UTC - 17nov2011 5:53pm MST



Same Fireball Imaged From ELPALLSKY-Sandia Network Fireball Camera-El Paso, TX




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ANNUAL LEONID METEOR SHOWER PEAKS TONIGHT!! 17nov2011

Make a Wish: the Leonids are Coming

Thursday, November 17, 2011
Look up at the sky tonight, and there's a good chance you'll see a shooting star. Tonight will be the peak of the annual Leonid meteor shower, but it won't be seen in all of its glory due to a bright moon.



A Leonid fireball. Image copyright/credit: Lorenzo Lovato.

Peak activity is expected at approximately 10:40 PM EST. To see the meteors, it's best to view them far away from city lights, and you should allow your eyes to adjust to the night sky for about 15 minutes. Although there will be a bright third quarter moon, astronomers expect to see up to 20 meteors per hour. (MORE HERE)...