How Often Do Shooting Stars Occur?


Shooting stars occur 8 times a year. These events are the Quadrantids in January, the Lyrids in April, the Eta Aquarids in May, the Delta Aquarids in July, the Perseids in August, the Draconids and the Orionids in October, the South Taurids and the Leonids in November, and the Geminids in December.
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Shooting stars is a term used for meteors or meteoroids. Shooting stars occur on a regular basis. There are some days where they are more visible than other days.
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