Sunday, September 20, 2020
In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.

The show that wasn’t

Photo by Doug Thompson

Photo by Doug Thompson

The Leonid Meteor Shower last night and early today was supposed to be one of the most spectacular in history, but a full moon lit up the nighttime sky and most of the shooting stars weren't visible. A few, however, could be seen falling here and there.
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Photo by Doug Thompson

Photo by Doug Thompson

The Leonid Meteor Shower last night and early today was supposed to be one of the most spectacular in history, but a full moon lit up the nighttime sky and most of the shooting stars weren’t visible. A few, however, could be seen falling here and there.

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