Photos: Amazing Perseid Meteor Shower Images | Perseid Meteor Shower Skywatching Photos | Meteors & Fireballs, Amateur Astronomy | Space.com

Photos: Amazing Perseid Meteor Shower Images | Perseid Meteor Shower Skywatching Photos | Meteors & Fireballs, Amateur Astronomy | Space.com

Photographer Chris Bakley captured this spectacular photo of a Perseid meteor streaking over Cape May, New Jersey during the Perseid meteor shower's peak on Aug. 12, 2015. <br />

Photographer Chris Bakley captured this spectacular photo of a Perseid meteor streaking over Cape May, New Jersey during the Perseid meteor shower's peak on Aug. 12, 2015. <br />

Tudorica Image of 2008 Perseid Meteor Shower - A mountain top above the clouds and light-polluted cities of Romania served as a good spot from which astrophotographer Alex Tudorica could watch the 2008 Perseid meteor shower.

Tudorica Image of 2008 Perseid Meteor Shower - A mountain top above the clouds and light-polluted cities of Romania served as a good spot from which astrophotographer Alex Tudorica could watch the 2008 Perseid meteor shower.

Perseids meteor shower all this week, peaking on August 12th after midnight  Compilation of 2010 Perseid Events Over Huntsville, Alabama

Perseids meteor shower all this week, peaking on August 12th after midnight Compilation of 2010 Perseid Events Over Huntsville, Alabama

The Perseids meteor shower arises out of the debris of Comet Swift-Tuttle, which last made a pass by Earth in 1992.

The Perseids meteor shower arises out of the debris of Comet Swift-Tuttle, which last made a pass by Earth in 1992.

Before the Meteor Rush -  In the foreground stands the region's Church of St. Andrew ruin, with bright Jupiter dominating the sky to its right. Two galaxies lie in the background: our own Milky Way, and the faint smudge of the more distant Andromeda Galaxy just above the ruin's leftmost wall. Credit: Tamas Ladanyi (www.astrophoto.hu)

Before the Meteor Rush - In the foreground stands the region's Church of St. Andrew ruin, with bright Jupiter dominating the sky to its right. Two galaxies lie in the background: our own Milky Way, and the faint smudge of the more distant Andromeda Galaxy just above the ruin's leftmost wall. Credit: Tamas Ladanyi (www.astrophoto.hu)

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