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Listen to the Leonids Tonight
Listen to the Leonids Tonight
18 Nov 2000
(Source: NASA Headquarters)

Scientists at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama are operating a radio meteor detection system that records audible echoes as meteors streak by. During the Nov. 18th Leonid meteor shower (Friday night and Saturday morning) sounds from the system will be available live on the web at http://www.spaceweather.com and http://www.leonidslive.com. Every ping you hear corresponds to a meteor over the Eastern U.S.!

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