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METEORMobile-Suit Embedded Tactical Enforcer (Gundam Seed)
METEORMetropolitan Terabit Optical Ring
METEORMetering Task Event Organizer
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And this theory allows us to infer that the heat of the solar disc is fed by a hail of meteors falling incessantly on its surface.
It was doubtless caused by one of those meteors, which the night-watcher may so often observe burning out to waste, in the vacant regions of the atmosphere So powerful was its radiance, that it thoroughly illuminated the dense medium of cloud betwixt the sky and earth.
Originating from the constellation Perseus, the Perseids meteor shower will appear in the northeastern sky.
April 22-23 (peak) - Lyrids meteor shower Not the most spectacular in the world but worth a look as it usually produces about 20 meteors per hour at its peak.
MAY 6-7 - ETA AQUARIDS METEOR SHOWER The Eta Aquarids is an aboveaverage shower capable of producing up to 60 meteors per hour at its peak.
The Geminid Meteor Shower gets its name from the constellation Gemini, because the meteors seem like they are emerging from the constellation.
Experts will join the broadcast to discuss the meteor shower and its unusual source, as well as 46P/Wirtanen.
In a monthly astronomical diary, the weather bureau said the annual Geminids meteor shower will take place from December 4 to 17.
Only a few of the important meteor showers occur in the first half of the year.
Hasan Al Hariri, Dubai Astronomy Group CEO, said residents do not need any special equipment or skills to view a meteor shower.
The most awaited meteor shower is set to put on a stellar show as about 120 meteors will shoot across the UAE skies in one hour- all which will be visible to the naked eye.