Annual Perseids Meteor Shower Fills Sky With Streaks Of Light

NASA was able to capture the annual Perseid meteor shower on Monday and Tuesday night. Perseids are named after the constellation Perseus where its origin is thought to be. Earth can view the meteoroids every yeah when traveling through debris left by the comet Swift-Tuttle.

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