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Aug 15, 2013
Melinda and Bill Lord, members of the Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, give pieces of meteorites to people attending a program at Marr Park Monday to watch the Perseid meteor shower. The Lords set up telescopes and a radio telescope during the event. The Perseid meteor shower occurs every August when the Earth passes through debris and dust from the Swift-Tuttle comet.

Melinda and Bill Lord, members of the Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers, give pieces of meteorites to people attending a program at Marr Park Monday to watch the Perseid meteor shower. The Lords set up telescopes and a radio telescope during the event. The Perseid meteor shower occurs every August when the Earth passes through debris and dust from the Swift-Tuttle comet.

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