This video is brief, to the point and utterly beautiful. It features timelapse images captured in Joshua Tree National Park during the Perseid Meteor Shower which took place this past weekend. The shower is an annual event that always comes around in early-August and at it’s peak, as many as 50-60 shooting stars can be seen in a single hour. It is, quite simply, one of the best celestial shows that you’ll ever see, but just in case you managed to miss it, the video below will give you a glimpse of what you can expect next year.
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