1. Perseid meteor shower caused by comet lights up skies across UK  Metro.co.uk
  2. Perseids 2019: In case you missed the meteor shower- Watch the Perseids here again  Express.co.uk
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The annual Perseid meteor shower, which reaches its peak in August, is produced by debris from the 109P/Swift-Tuttle comet.The shooting stars were caught on camera across the UK, Israel, Turkey and Canada.

Perseid meteor shower caused by comet lights up skies across UK | Metro News

PERSEIDS 2019 – the annual meteor shower in August – peaked last night, lighting up the skies with nature’s fireworks. In case you missed the event, watch the Perseids meteor shower again here.PERSEIDS 2019 – the annual meteor shower in August – peaked last night, lighting up the skies with nature’s fireworks. In case you missed the event, watch the Perseids meteor shower again here.

Perseids 2019: In case you missed the meteor shower- Watch the Perseids here again | Science | News | Express.co.uk

How was it for you? Send your meteor shower photographs to picdesk@irishtimes.comHow was it for you? Send your meteor shower photographs to picdesk@irishtimes.com

The Perseids meteor shower: what it looked like across Europe and the Middle East

The Perseids meteor shower arises out of the debris of Comet Swift-Tuttle, which last made a pass by Earth in 1992. Reference Article: Facts about August's Perseid meteor shower.

Perseids: Bright Meteor Shower in August | Space

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“NASA live stream of the Perseid Meteor shower. https://t.co/UhUI8jqaNn”

Brad Panovich on Twitter: "NASA live stream of the Perseid Meteor shower. https://t.co/UhUI8jqaNn"

“Get out tonight and look for the Perseid Meteor shower if you have clear skies...”

Alastair Humphreys on Twitter: "Get out tonight and look for the Perseid Meteor shower if you have clear skies..."

“Watch Live @ 9 pm ET: Perseid Meteor Shower Webcast from Slooh https://t.co/ZLc9g0smIj”

Tim Shorrock on Twitter: "Watch Live @ 9 pm ET: Perseid Meteor Shower Webcast from Slooh https://t.co/ZLc9g0smIj"

“Sunny everywhere... AND that means it will be clear tonight for ALL to view the Perseid Meteor Shower. Enjoy! #Q13FOX”

Walter Kelley on Twitter: "Sunny everywhere... AND that means it will be clear tonight for ALL to view the Perseid Meteor Shower. Enjoy! #Q13FOX… https://t.co/5w2ZrMcT0h"