Every July and August, as our planet passes through the trail of cosmic debris shed by the Comet Swift-Tuttle, earthlings are treated to celestial fireworks in the night sky.
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Using a timelapse camera, Kevin Bradshaw in Irlam, England captured the dazzling display last night:
Although the annual Perseid meteor shower peaked in intensity on Aug. 12, it can still be visible until Aug. 24. On a clear night before the moon rises, look up for your best chance to see fireballs streaking across the heavens.