Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Halley's Comet Debris Will Fly Through Sky in Annual Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower

ABC NewsHalley's Comet Debris Will Fly Through Sky in Annual Eta Aquarid Meteor ShowerABC NewsDebris from Halley's Comet will streak across the sky overnight for the annual Eta Aquarid meteor shower. Pieces of the icy comet break off and burn up in the Earth's atmosphere, making them visible to people on the ground below, according to NASA.​See bits of Halley's comet in Eta Aquarid meteor showerCBS NewsEta Aquarid Meteor shower peaks early Wednesday morningOrlando SentinelCinco de Mayo Meteor Shower Rains Halley's Comet Bits on Earth: Watch It ...Space.comHuffington Post -POPSUGAR -International Business Timesall 23 news articles »

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