June 30th is Meteor Watch Day
It's Meteor Watch day!
Commonly known as shooting stars, meteors are space particles known as meteoroids that burn up with a flash of light when they enter the Earth's atmosphere. Even though meteors can only be seen by the naked eye when it is dark, meteoroids enter the Earth's atmosphere all the time.
How to Celebrate?
Read PECAN PIE AND DEADLY LIES...there's an awesome scene in the book where Cody and Kasey watch the night sky! PLUS, it's on sale for just $2.99 right now! Yippeee.
Have a meteor watching party with friends - grab a blanket, find a good spot to spread it, lay down on it and gaze over the night sky – you may be able to spot a meteor or two.
Remember to check the weather before you step out of the house and always wear appropriate clothing.
HAPPY Meteor Watch day!