Real(Mislabeled) - This is not a picture of the 1833 Perseid Meteor Shower. - This is a famous depiction(cropped from the original) of the 1833 Leonid Meteor Storm, produced in 1889 for the Seventh-day Adventist book Bible Readings for the Home Circle

Real(Mislabeled) - This is not a picture of the 1833 Perseid Meteor Shower. - This is a famous depiction(cropped from the original) of the 1833 Leonid Meteor Storm, produced in 1889 for the Seventh-day Adventist book Bible Readings for the Home Circle

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The famous Leonid meteor shower peaks between midnight and dawn on November 18.  The morning before might be good, too.  Here's all you need to know to watch.

The famous Leonid meteor shower peaks between midnight and dawn on November 18. The morning before might be good, too. Here's all you need to know to watch.

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The Leonid Meteor Shower Is Tonight and Here's How to Watch It

The Leonid Meteor Shower Is Tonight and Here's How to Watch It

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Leonid Afremov

Photographer Chris Gruhusko captured this view of the Leonid meteor shower in November 2001 over the north face of Wind Mountain in the Cornudas Mountain of Southern New Mexico.

Photographer Chris Gruhusko captured this view of the Leonid meteor shower in November 2001 over the north face of Wind Mountain in the Cornudas Mountain of Southern New Mexico.

The Leonid Meteor Shower Is Tonight and Here's How to Watch It

The Leonid Meteor Shower Is Tonight and Here's How to Watch It

Leonid Meteor Shower, 1833 Photograph  - Leonid Meteor Shower, 1833 Fine Art Print by Granger

Leonid Meteor Shower, 1833 Photograph - Leonid Meteor Shower, 1833 Fine Art Print by Granger

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Leonid Meteor Shower 2001: Chris Gruhusko Credit: Chris Gruhusko Photographer Chris Gruhusko captured this view of the Leonid meteor shower in November 2001 over the north face of Wind Mountain in the Cornudas Mountain of Southern New Mexico.

Leonid Meteor Shower 2001: Chris Gruhusko Credit: Chris Gruhusko Photographer Chris Gruhusko captured this view of the Leonid meteor shower in November 2001 over the north face of Wind Mountain in the Cornudas Mountain of Southern New Mexico.

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