Despite it being near optimal conditions to view the meteor shower this year, here in the UK, we’re beset by an awfully thick cloud cover, which is a shame. Maybe we’ll get lucky and the clouds will disperse enough to see some of the Perseids meteor shower, but unfortunately I don’t think that will happen. We can but hope. Onwards!
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