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

All Sky Camera Network

All Sky Camera Network/NASA

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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