Bright Lights and Fireballs Streak Across SoCal Skies

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Numerous sightings of bright lights in the skies across Southern California may be the result of the South Taurids meteor showers.

File photo of meteor. (Credit: NASA)

These meteors are generally the most visible in the first half of November.

You can expect to see two to 10 meteors an hour, regardless of your location, according to the American Meteor Society.

Southern Taurid meteors are considered to be rather slow, but they make up for it by being exceptionally bright.

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