(Undated) — If you turn your view to the night sky this weekend, you might just catch a falling star. The peak of the Perseid meteor shower will light up the sky this weekend. NASA says this weekend’s light show is expected to have more falling stars per hour than average, but that increase is expected to be canceled out by the brightness of the moon. The Perseid meteor shower happens every July and August when Earth passes through debris left behind by the comet Swift-Tuttle.
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