This annual crowd-pleaser -- one of the most spectacular sky shows you'll ever see -- is about to hit its peak.
Known for its massive fireballs and displaying more than 100 meteors per hour, the impressive Geminid show is not to be missed.
A fiery meteor catches the attention of more than 1,200 US residents -- some say it was as bright as the sun and others note it gave off sonic effects and delayed booms.
NASA will provide live video of the event, as well as a live chat with Bill Cooke, head of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office.
A camera at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., will broadcast live images of the space fireworks show.
This month, a spectacular sight is coming to the nighttime sky. Here's the lowdown on how you can catch a glimpse of the Perseids.
In the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's a meteor! This nifty graph lets you explore confirmed meteor strikes on Earth.
Looking for something stellar to do this weekend? Wander outside of the city early Sunday morning and observe the Orionid meteor shower.
2012 The End Escape is an excellent time waster with plenty to keep you involved as you escape the alien apocalypse. If you can ignore the terrible sound effects and don't mind doing several runs, this game can be a lot of fun with plenty of vehicles to unlock and cool things to discover.
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The mammoth chip at the University of Tokyo's Kiso Observatory spotted more dim meteors in a minute than otherwise are seen in a year.