"Mt Rainier & Perseid meteors, 8-12-13," Jamie Frank, shared in the BB Flickr Pool. "Around midnight random meteors were beginning to fly overhead but the coolest was the dancing lights on the right of the ones to come."
The Perseids, a prolific meteor shower associated with the comet Swift-Tuttle, recently peaked. If you're lucky, you can still view some "shooting stars" in the night sky, as August comes to a close. Here are viewing tips.
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