Este pasado fin de semana hemos podido disfrutar de una preciosa lluvia de estrellas Perseidas. Restos de 'El hombre de Loizu'. Fukushima reflejo de un desastre. Ofrenda floral en el monolito del 3 de marzo. Un incendio de grandes dimensiones afecta a Navarra, Gipuzkoa y Lapurdi.
Actividad: Lluvia de estrellas en familia - Perseidas 2018
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From the Perseids to the Leonids and even the Draconids, an opportunity to see shooting stars sizzle is never too far away. Space is far from empty. In fact, the path our planet takes around the sun is full of dust and space pebbles and other bits of cosmic detritus that our world is constantly plowing into. The result of all these micro-collisions can be seen by humans when the tiny meteoroids burn up into "shooting stars" or larger fireballs in the sky. But every few months, Earth passes through a particularly dense and well-known field of debris to give us one of the numerous meteor showers that occur on an annual basis. Most of these floating dust piles were left behind by notoriously untidy comets on a previous visit to the inner solar system.
It's perhaps the best known and most impressive annual meteor shower, making it one of the most widely photographed too. Each August, the Perseid meteor shower lights up the night sky, sending patient photographers outside with their best gear. Nothing like a night under the shooting stars, according to Virginia shutterbug Rex Robichaux. Luis Felipe Sanchez used time-lapse photography to grab star trails and a few Perseids on the night of August 10 to
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