Subject: How far away from us are 'shooting stars' as we observe them?
Date: Sat Nov 20 20:10:28 1999
Posted by Jay Sheaffer
Grade level: 4-6
School: Big Island Elementary School
City: Big Island State/Province: VA
Area of science: Astronomy
I'm sure the distance varies greatly - but I can't find any information on
this. Both my students and I would like to know what distance would be
typical - and what's the furthest away a meteor is likely to be while
still being easily visible to the naked eye. Thank you very much. Jay
Re: How far away from us are 'shooting stars' as we observe them?
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