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MeteorBlog is a website dedicated to talking about Meteors and Meteor Showers. I always had some interest in astronomy and watched some cool meteor showers when I was a kid. This website is a learning process for me as well as you. I am constantly doing research on one of my favorite hobbies, meteor shower gazing! I am the guy that is outside at night looking up into the heavens watching for some type of natural phenomenon to occur. I plan to add a lot more to the site.
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‘Keep Your Head Up”
Edited/Posted July 15, 2010
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