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Leonid shower

The annual Leonid meteor storm begins on Monday night, with possibly hundreds or thousands of shooting stars visible per hour. This article from Nasa explains where and when to look, assuming that we get clear skies on the night. The BBC is also running this story, in which it says that this could be the best chance to see the meteor shower for the next 30 years.

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