shooting stars

On the nights of August 11 and 12 weather permitting, we will be able to see the Perseid meteor showers -- the year's best with up to 60 meteors per hour at their peak.
How about a fantastic "eye-candy" experience? Because of the light of the new moon, if you look up into the heavens on the nights of August 11-14, you may see up to 90 meteors an hour shower through the skies.
No special equipment will be needed to see the meteors. Just find a spot with an unobstructed view of the sky and no glaring
We are the fixed star in the sky, grandmas. We have the responsibility to deliver a powerful message based on our wisdom and values to our grandchildren.
Anyone lucky enough to be gazing skyward during the 1933 and 1946 showers was treated to an especially impressive show -- those
Just in case you aren't interested in braving the cold, NASA is streaming the shower for free online from Jan. 2 to Jan. 4
Even though the Geminids haven't even peaked yet, the shower is "already knocking people's socks off," Cooke said. Bill Cooke
Editor's note: If you snapped an amazing photo of the 2012 Perseid meteor shower, or any other night sky event, that you'd
This NASA sky map shows the location in the northern sky where the Perseid meteor shower will appear to radiate from in 2012
The Lyrid meteor shower is expected to reach maximum intensity overnight from Saturday to Sunday (April 21 to 22), with the
Check out some photos from past meteor showers in the slideshow below: Dan Malerbo, writing in the Pittsburg Post-Gazette
For those in the United States, the Draconid's timing will be the issue: According to the Associated Press, daylight will