Halley's Comet Brings Meteor Shower Over California Skies

Josh Elliott reports on the light show on display for Californians.
3:00 | 10/18/12

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To begin actually with a light show overnight in the California's skies and all thanks. To haley's -- Stargazers and just plain folks walking or driving around were amazed as the streaking fireballs and loud booms were observed over the skies of northern California. -- look over solid K. Crescent shaped object that reddish orange in color -- -- -- went away as secretary in the larger and expanding this thing was going sideways across the sky. Astronomers say the -- -- passing -- a stream of debris from haley's comet. Giving us what's called and -- Ryan needs meteor shower basically -- small car sized piece of rock and metal from the -- -- Crash in layers adverse atmosphere. -- -- in sitting there on fire in its wake the National Weather Service says. Warm temperatures and cloudless skies are helping to make these bright lights more visible. The meteor shower will be visible through Sunday when there could be as many as fifteen per hour it is also extraordinarily. Cool.

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