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    1. ALE/Screenshot A horde of news outlets reported that Japanese company ALE plans to open the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with an artificial meteor shower, but the startup told Tech Insider that's a bit premature. "Our shooting stars are intended for large-scale events and we would like to aim for the Olympics," spokesperson Rie Yamamoto wrote in an email, noting that ALE is not bidding on any kind of ...

    2. We are in the midst of a meteor shower. Right now, Earth is twirling through the tail of Halley's...

      Shooting stars formed from Halley's Comet debris... - Press Association via Yahoo UK & Ireland News

    3. The Perseid meteor shower will burst into light this August as Earth passes through the long trail left by Comet Swift-Tuttle — and this year, it's slated to put on a spectacular show. Here's how and when to see the Perseids.

    4. How to watch this week's meteor shower created by Halley's Comet

      Business Insider via Yahoo! FinanceMay 02 09:03 AM

      We are in the midst of a meteor shower. Right now, Earth is twirling through the tail of Halley's...

    5. The Slooh Community Observatory will offer a free webcast of the Eta Aquarid meteor shower on May 5-6.

    6. Japan pulls out all the stops, plans to give attendees a man-made meteor shower for 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

    7. The Eta Aquarid meteor shower will be visible early both days before dawn.              

    8. Your guide to catching the best view of the meteor shower spawned by the legendary Halley's Comet

    9. Meteor Shower from Halley's Comet Peaks Tonight: See the Slooh Webcast via Yahoo Canada NewsMay 05 07:57 AM

      A meteor shower spawned by the famous Halley's Comet peaks overnight tonight (May 5), and you can watch and learn about it live during a free webcast from the Slooh Community Observatory. Tonight's two-hour Slooh show focuses on the annual Eta Aquarid meteor shower and features live night-sky views from several observatories around the world. You can also watch the Eta Aquarids show at

    10. Space & Science

      BruDirect.comMay 04 05:11 PM

      Justin Ng of Singapore captured this view of a bright Eta Aquarid meteor hurtling across the night sky over Mount Bromo, on the Indonesian island of Java.

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