Bruce Betts

Chief scientist, Planetary Society

Chief scientist, Planetary Society

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Leave the city tonight and look up, and you may be in for a show of lights streaking across the sky.

Tips for catching the Perseid meteor shower

Leave the city tonight and look up, and you may be in for a show of lights streaking across the sky.

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