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Thread: Meteors!

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    Super Member Central Ohio Quilter's Avatar
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    Meteors!

    Anyone else watching the meteors tonight? I haven't seen a lot of them, but the sky is just crystal clear and the ones I have seen are so pretty and bright!

    I saw about 8 - 10 meteors during the 45 minutes I was out watching.

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    me too, beautiful.
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    yes, I saw several last night too, and one on Wednesday night
    QuiltingVagabond aka Kathy

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    I decided it was WAY too cold here last night. I was cuddled under the electric blanket with a good book and my BFF pillow by 9:30pm.
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    My dh looked outside a few times but didnt' see anything.
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    My viewing time was best from 10pm-2am, so I was able to stay up late enough for a good show on Thursday night. Just over 1 per minute but I didn't see any fireballs. I did notice that they all seemed to be travelling east to west.
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    I heard that the meteors were the result of a comets tail coming too close to the earth orbit and the earths orbid sucked them in. NASA says there are 4 blood moons btwn April 2014 and Sept.2015. Interesting! Usually the meteors are from the fringes of the Asteroid belt at the Equanox es?

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