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Pretty cool stuff. Saw a ton of gorgeous burnouts and there are still more to come.
Butch Jones. Who???
cant really see anything in Alpharetta. I saw one burnout.
It's too cloudy here.
Best ones are supposed to be in the Northeast part of the sky.
I've been excited about this all week (I know that's lame, shut up) but can't see much of anything right now, we have some ridiculous cloud cover due to storms all day. I'm hoping it will clear up in the next few hours and I'll be able to watch for a little while.
Link for anyone interested....
Should be really beautiful and worth the time for anyone who can actually see it.
The Perseid meteor shower 2012 will peak overnight. Some areas of the U.S. have favorable viewing conditions. However, there are some areas that will...
Does that work in Texas? Headed north to Oklahoma for the casinos in the car...
The Tennessee night sky has looked the best it has in a while tonight. Don't worry for those who have cloud cover. Supposed to last until 3 ET (2 CT)
Should be stunning for ya'll. Check the link. Says to look at where the moon will be rising from the horizon wherever you are.
The annual Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight into early Sunday morning and if the sky above you is clear you are sure to enjoy a spectacular astronomical show. While the meteors are the main billing tonight, there are a few...
I live in New England and its storming here right now.
A friend just said it will be visible tomorrow night as well, any truth to this?
Yes, actually! NASA is reporting that you can still see some meteors tomorrow at around the same time. Btw, great to see a fellow stargazer on the board. Took an astronomy course a couple of semesters ago, and I have loved it ever since. This stuff is just awesome.
Can't say I'm a "stargazer" I just find it beautiful. When I was a kid my folks had a place way out in the middle of nowhere in NC. My mother would lay out a blanket, pillows, snacks, etc. on this flatbed trailer my dad used to haul hay and then at the peak of the showers my Dad would come wake us up to go outside and watch. I didn't appreciate it as much then and always fell asleep after an hour or so, but cherish those memories now. I was looking forward to starting that with my daughter this evening. I'm glad it'll still be visible tomorrow night.
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