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Shooting Star

In candlestick charting, a situation in which a security, which was trading above its opening price for most of the trading day, suddenly reverses and closes down for the day. This is represented on the candlestick chart by a (usually short) black candle with a long upward shadow, which looks like a wick. Shooting stars occur during a bullish trend and may indicate reversal.
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It is called the Geminid meteor shower because the meteors appear to come from the part of the sky associated with the constellation Gemini.
Roughly 12 to 13 tonnes of dust and rock particles will be deposited in the Earth's atmosphere during the course of the meteor shower, although most of them will be too small to be visible as meteors.
The source of the dust for the Leonid meteor shower is thought to be Comet Tempel-Tuttle.
Flatiron School and Meteor are aligned in our philosophies of education, empowerment, and open source curriculum," said Adam Enbar, co-founder and CEO of Flatiron School.
They tweeted a map which says there is a "good chance" of spotting meteors from Merseyside between August 12 and 13, although our southern neighbours and those in Scotland may not be so fortunate.
org/space/ursid-meteor-shower-active-around-winter-solstice) Earth Sky notes the meteor shower originates from constellation Ursa Minor/ Little Dipper and the event was first observed around the start of the 20th century.
For Sb Aeronautics it has been a privilege to work together with the Meteor team during the development programme.
The Perseids meteor shower is an annual event that occurs every August, and is named after the constellation, Perseus.
Our opportunity is to at worst see the first meteors coming from a new meteor shower.
Geminid meteors appear to fall from near the star Castor, one of the "heads" of the constellation Gemini, the twins.
With a tripod-mounted camera, lens (usually a wide-angle) at full aperture and a high ISO setting, the observer hopes that a bright meteor will flash through the field of view while the shutter is open.
STARGAZERS across the Midlands were left reeling after spotting a meteor flash across the night sky.