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Meteor shower hits peak tonight

Shooting stars and meteors will spray across the sky 500 times an hour tonight during the once-in-a-lifetime Leonid Meteor Shower. Leonid meteors are debris originally cast into space by the comet Tempel-Tuttle, discovered in 1866. Each time this comet orbits the earth, it leaves behind some debris and when Earth passes through the debris, shooting stars and meteors occur.