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A Rare Meteor Shower May Grace The Skies Tonight. npr.org/2019/11/21/781738197/a

"With a bit of luck, people in the Eastern United States will be able to witness a rare meteor shower known as the Alpha Monocerotids late Thursday night. Two astronomers predicted the outburst will last less than an hour and could even yield more than 400 in that time."

Related: How to See the Northern Lights in the United States: Where, When and How to Watch. newsweek.com/northern-lights-u

I missed the news last night and didn't go look, despite clear skies here. But I'll be outside tonight. Hopefully I'll see an tonight to make up for being in the wrong place to see the Alpha Monocerotids.

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