How fast do stars move when they are shooting?



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    They move at variable rates, but are zooming in at hundreds of thousands of miles per hour as they approach the Earth. For a few examples, one of the specks of dust that make up the Leonids travels at 160,000 miles per hour, while the Perseid meteor showers speed along at about 140,000 mph.

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    Shooting stars (or meteorites) move at a rate of about 7-45 miles per second or 25,200-162,000 miles per hour.

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