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TAURID FIREBALLS: Sky watchers should be alert for fireballs in the nights ahead.

 
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TAURID FIREBALLS: Sky watchers should be alert for fireballs in the nights ahead.
Forecasters say Earth is entering a swarm of gravelly debris from comet Encke. Meteoroids the size of pebbles and small stones hitting Earth's atmosphere at 25 km/s are producing a slow drizzle of very bright fireballs flying out of the constellation Taurus. The display is expected to peak with a few fireballs every hour during the nights of Nov. 5-12.

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Re: TAURID FIREBALLS: Sky watchers should be alert for fireballs in the nights ahead.
"What always strikes me about the Taurids," notes Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office, "is how deeply they penetrate Earth's atmosphere. On average, they make it down to an altitude of 44 miles.


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was it last week or so things hit earth all overhiding
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Re: TAURID FIREBALLS: Sky watchers should be alert for fireballs in the nights ahead.
2015 is a swarm year

Typically, the Taurid meteor shower is weak and, therefore, neglected by viewers. But this year’s meteor shower is different.

About every 10 years, Earth passes through a particularly dense stream of Comet Encke’s tail – left-over debris that the wind and heat from the sun blew off the comet’s surface and into space. These years are called ‘swarm years’.

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i've seen 2 of them tonight. super bright. the trail lasts a few seconds and is quite long.
glad i got to see them tonight...we're getting 2 days of rain starting tomorrow morning.

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