120 shooting stars will appear in the sky per hour due to a blazing meteor shower. 

Every year, the cosmos gifts us with breathtaking celestial events, reminding us of the vastness and beauty of the universe. 

Now, prepare to witness a celestial spectacle unlike any other as the sky prepares to be filled with a blazing meteor shower, promising to deliver an astounding 120 shooting stars an hour. 

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Originating from the debris trail of the comet [insert name], this annual meteor shower promises to be a dazzling display of nature's fireworks. 

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Meteor showers occur when the Earth passes through the debris left behind by comets or asteroids. 

As these cosmic remnants collide with our atmosphere, they burn up, creating streaks of light across the sky, commonly referred to as shooting stars.  

For those eager to witness this celestial spectacle firsthand, timing and location are key.  

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