Space Weather News for June 10, 2013
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MeteorMETEOR SHOWER: Sky watchers in North America might see an outburst of meteors during the early hours of June 11th when Earth passes through a stream of cometary debris last seen in 1930. Forecasters predict the return of the gamma Delphinid meteor shower this Tuesday morning around 08:30 UT (04:30 am EDT). The shower is expected to last about 30 minutes with an unknown number of bright, fast meteors.   Check http://spaceweather.com for more information and updates.

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