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Meteors are the bright streaks of light that set a stunning show across the night sky. They are usually mistaken as shooting stars, but they are actually debris left behind by disintegrating comets. The Orionid, Draconid, and Leonid meteor showers will take a center stage for over next two months and will set splendid sky shows.


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