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June Arietids - The Invisible Meteor Shower You Just Might See - Universe Today
I’ve never seen an Arietid meteor and chances are you haven’t either. Peaking on June 7-8, the Arietid (AIR-ee-uh-tid) meteor shower is one of the strongest of the year with a maximum rate of 50-80 per hour. But there’s a rub. The shower radiant, the point in the sky from which the meteors appear to radiate, is … Continue reading "June Arietids – The Invisible Meteor Shower You Just Might See"