Sunday 20th August, 2017
72 ℉ | 87 ℉Omaha
. Don't expect the same this year. While astronomers are expecting a decent 150 meteors per hour during peak hours between midnight and dawn on Aug. 12 and 13--a little less than the 200 per hour visible in 2016--NASA's Bill Cooke warns light from a three-quarter full moon will "wash out the fainter Perseids," resulting in a visible meteor "every couple of minutes," per...
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