Perseid meteors have been streaking across our skies since around July 17 and we can witness the shooting stars until August 24.
"I think that everybody should see this", said Miralem Mehic, a Bosnian from an worldwide group of star gazers who watched the light show at the Sand Pyramids - an area of naturally occurring sand columns - near the town of Foca. The stream is formed by the passage of the Earth through the plume of dust particles released comet swift-Tuttle.
A general view of Stonehenge during the annual Perseid meteor shower in the night sky in Salisbury Plain, southern England August 13, 2013.
Meteorite: If a meteoroid enters the atmosphere and falls to the surface of the Earth without vaporising, it is called a meteorite.
Asteroid: Asteroids are space rocks that orbit the sun. However, the meteor showers will technically be visible all through the month.
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Comet: A comet is a relatively small body that orbits the sun.
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But the number of meteors, about one, or fewer per minute failed to dazzle in the Ramon Crater's night sky. This is because all of the meteors are approaching Earth from the same point, even though perspective may make them appear more skewed as they get closer.
Lyrids, next active April 19 through April 25 in 2019.
Orionids, next active Sep. They are the Perseids, occurring this month and the Geminids that take place in December.