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You can see the 2020 Perseid meteor shower in a free Slooh webcast tonight – Space.com

The webcast begins Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. EDT (2300 GMT).

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The annual Perseid meteor shower has just peaked, but it’s not too late to spot one of the famed “shooting stars” in the night sky or in a live webcast. 
While the best time to view the shower was early this morning (Aug. 12), with rates of more than 50 visible meteors per hour, some Perseid meteors will continue to grace Northern Hemisphere skies for about two more weeks. But the…

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