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A Gift from Halley’s Comet: The Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower in Photos

All Sky Camera Network

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NASA's All Sky Camera Network detected its first Eta Aquarid meteors during the shower of 2013. "The one seen here burned up completely in our atmosphere over Nunnelly, Tennessee at a height of 58.7 miles above the ground," NASA officials said.

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