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Lyrid Meteor Shower Seen from the International Space Station (VIDEO)

  The Lyrid meteor shower that peaked on April 21, 2012, is caught here on film by an astronaut aboard the International Space Station. The footage captures the sight of the meteors burning up in the Earth’s atmosphere. The image above is a screen capture of the video below taken on April [...]
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