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A meteor streaks towards the horizon during the annual Persied shower in Florida in August 2008. Perseid meteors are bits of debris left by the comet Swift-Tuttle which burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere, and can be seen during clear skies in August, all around North America. Photograph by: Doug Murray, Reuters

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