Fragments of a dying comet might put on a spectacular show — or pass by without a trace


The 1833 Leonid Meteor tornado, as seen over Niagara Falls. ( Picture credit rating: Edmund Weiß (1888))

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Jonti Horner (opens up in brand-new tab), Teacher (Astrophysics), College of Southern Queensland
Tanya Hillside (opens up in brand-new tab), Honorary Other of the College of Melbourne as well as Elder Manager (Astronomy), Museums Victoria



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