It so happens that the work which is likely to be our most durable monument, and...– Harper’s Weekly, 1893
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Tonight and Thursday: Perseid meteor shower →
fuckyeahspace: Every year in August, the earth passes through a cloud of rock and dust, creating one of the most active and well-known annual meteor showers the planet knows: the Perseids. Tonight and Thursday will be the best nights for catching a glimpse this awesome event.
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