Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Fact of the Day: Shooting Stars

Meteoroids (shooting stars) move about 80.77 miles (130km) per second in the sky.  

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  1. I wouldn't like to be hit at 130km.

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  2. Wao!! but still we try to make a wish in that speed:)
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  3. Be toast if one of those hit you

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  4. Dayum! I bet you Elon Musk is already thinking of a Tesla that can go that fast....actually FASTER!:P

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  5. I did not know that. They do look like they go pretty darn fast.

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  6. Never seen one now I know why, so quick.

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  7. wow, thats amazing!better have that wish ready!!!

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  8. Oh my gosh! Per "second"! That is amazing.

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  9. Your wish would have to be quick.....

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  10. If you see one coming toward you...DUCK!

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  11. Oh for one to hit Turnip Top and Co.
    The World would be a far safer and sensible place.

    What a joke ( sad to the nth degree) with this latest trip and the repercussion of letting Turnip Top out in the World.
    Who hasn't he managed not to insult???????????????????

    Loved the lights going out in the White House when he was explaining his "MISPOKE in HELSINKI"!!1
    I bet the Finns were ecstatic when he left and they fumigated his
    lodgings.
    Colin

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  12. We saw one while we were in Ireland last week. It was the first one my husband and girls ever saw and they were so excited to see it happen right before their own eyes.

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