Comet Swift-Tuttle could WIPE OUT humanity in 2,400 years (page 2)

Washington (UPI) Aug 11, 2017 Skywatchers in the Northern Hemisphere will be treated to a show of shooting stars on Friday and Saturday night as the Perseid meteor shower peaks over the weekend. There is one problem, however: a near-full moon. The moon turned full on August 7. By Saturday, the moon will be an 80 percent full waning gibbous. Clouds and light-pollution - whether from skyscrapers or full moons

How-to photograph a meteor shower

DIY Head for the country and point your camera toward the sky. Meteor showers can be amazing things to photograph. But, before you point your camera upward, here are a few ...

Fri 11 Aug 17 from Popular Science

Look Up! 2017 Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend

Look up the nights of Aug. 11 and 12 for the peak of this years' Perseid meteor shower.

Fri 11 Aug 17 from SPACE.com

Perseid meteor shower will arrive on Saturday

The shower happens every August as the Earth passes through debris from the Comet Swift Tuttle. The display will be clearest on Friday and Saturday night from the Northern Hemisphere. ...

Fri 11 Aug 17 from Daily Mail

NASA Debunks Perseid Meteor Shower Rumor

There is a striking misconception going around that this year's Perseid meteor shower will be the "brightest shower in recorded human history" and even visible during the day.

Wed 9 Aug 17 from SPACE.com

Perseid meteor shower coming soon to a sky near you

The best summertime meteor shower — the Perseids — will be coming to a sky near you next week, weather permitting.        

Sat 5 Aug 17 from USA today

How to watch this weekend's Perseid meteor shower

Skywatchers in the Northern Hemisphere will be treated to a show of shooting stars on Friday and Saturday night as the Perseids peak over the weekend.

Fri 11 Aug 17 from UPI

How to watch this weekend's Perseid meteor shower, Fri 11 Aug 17 from SpaceDaily

Perseid Meteor Shower: what is it?

Sat 12 Aug 17 from The Hindu

Will Swift-Tuttle hit or miss?

A periodic comet was discovered in mid-July 1862. There was a fear that this comet may collide with the earth or the moon during its next visit in 2126. Will it? Find out with A.S.Ganesh

Fri 4 Aug 17 from The Hindu

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