Taurid Meteor Shower Should Be Visible To Some This Veteran’s Day


  • The meteor shower may be debris from a comet
  • There are actually two of them; a southern and northern meteor shower
  • Halloween’s Blue Moon made it tough to see the early start

A brilliant Halloween moon outshined the performance of this year’s Taurid meteor show, but you may get a good peek at it this Veteran’s Day.

The Taurid meteor shower is one of the longest to make a regular pass by Planet Earth. Some meteors were visible as early as last month in the month-long show. This year, however, the night-time sky in October was illuminated by a so-called Blue Moon, a one-extra full moon from the regular 12 in a calendar year. That makes this Veteran’s Day is one of the best chances to see the shooting stars.

“The overnight hours of Nov. 11 into the morning hours of Nov. 12 is probably the best night

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Labrador Gold Announces Discovery of Visible Gold in Quartz Vein at Kingsway

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Examples of visible gold in quartz vein samples from the Kingsway Project.
Examples of visible gold in quartz vein samples from the Kingsway Project.
Examples of visible gold in quartz vein samples from the Kingsway Project.


  • Two occurrences of visible gold found in quartz vein separated by 15 metres

  • The northeast trending quartz veining has been traced over 550m

  • Textures of quartz veining are typical of epizonal style gold deposits

TORONTO, Nov. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Labrador Gold Corp. (TSX.V:LAB | OTCQX:NKOSF | FNR: 2N6) (“LabGold” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the discovery of visible gold in quartz vein at its Kingsway Project near Gander Newfoundland. The Kingsway project is located within the highly prospective Gander Gold District to the northeast of New Found Gold Corp’s gold discovery announced earlier this year.

Two occurrences of visible gold in quartz vein were found, the first in outcrop and the second in subcrop, separated by approximately 15 metres.

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What Are Those Three Bright ‘Stars’ Visible At Dusk Each Night? This Is What You’re Seeing

Get outside at dusk anytime this month and, if the skies are clear, you’ll see three bright points of light. You’ve probably already seen them and wondered what they are.

Are you seeing stars? No—they are all planets. 

Here’s a quick guide to what you’re seeing and where, but hurry. While these planets are currently dominating dusk, they are all now past their best and will, in the coming weeks, get dimmer as our planet moves away from them in its orbit of the Sun. 

What is that bright ‘star’ in the east after sunset?

It’s the beautiful red planet Mars. Look again and you’ll notice its rosy red tinge. The second smallest planet in our Solar System is an incredible sight this month

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