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Meteor Shower Taurid: Winter Fireballs

The Taurid Meteor Shower is an annual meteor shower that occurs every November in the Northern Hemisphere. The Taurids put on a rather modest show, especially compared to the August ones. Perseids meteor shower or december Geminid meteors… During peak hours of the Taurid meteor shower, you can see about half a dozen falling stars an hour at best. Otherwise, you might not even notice the quiet star show overhead.

But the Taurid meteor shower is special in itself, as this show is known for the occasional birth of balls of fire.

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