The Leonid meteor shower results from debris left behind by the comet Tempel-Tuttle, which orbits the sun every 33 years. The Earth passes through this debris in the opposite direction every November, which produces a spectacular show of meteors in hues of white. blue, aquamarine, and green, with the occasional possible fire burst. What is truly amazing is that the Earth is passing through debris laid down by the comet in the year 1466!
For a preview of what you can see, check out this Space.com video of the Leonids meteor shower from a previous year:
Be sure to take a warm blanket or sleeping bag to cuddle up in!
Check out our romantic stargazing guide for more tips, plus dates of annual meteor showers.
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John Burton - Hypnotic Language And Its Power
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