NASA cameras catch early fireballs from Perseid meteor shower of 2020

One of the year’s best meteor showers is well underway, as a new video shows.

NASA’s All-Sky Fireball Network captured Perseid meteors streaking overhead on Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 8 and Aug. 9). The footage serves as a reminder to head outside for the famous Perseid shower, which is expected to peak overnight Tuesday to Wednesday (Aug. 11 to Aug. 12).

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