Shooting stars occur when tiny bits of rock burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere. A ton of these tiny space rocks burn up in the atmosphere all the time. If you were stargazing at night, with very little light pollution, you would probably see a shooting star every 10-15 minutes. This continues during the daytime, even though you can’t see them. When there are meter showers, this you can see hundreds of shooting stars at a time!
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