News Release from NASA Science News
Perseid Meteor Showers Versus The Supermoon
July 28, 2014: Every year, sky watchers and summertime campers circle on their calendars a few key August nights—the 11th, 12th and 13th. These are the dates of the annual Perseid meteor shower, which rarely fails to please those who see it.
This year they’re adding a note: “supermoon.”
During the second week of August, the biggest and brightest full Moon of the year will face off against everyone’s favorite meteor shower—and the outcome could be beautiful.
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