Meteor Strike: A Precursor of What's To Come for the Magnificent Start of Fireball Season

It's fireball season on Earth, and it's off to an explosive start, when a bright meteor exploded above eastern Russia. Astronomers say the meteor marks the start to fireball season, where there appears to be an increase in the number of bright meteors visible blazing through the night sky. Read Full Article >>

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