Most meteors aren't bright enough to be visible in daylight, or even in bright moonlight. But there are a few seriously large meteors each year which are visible in daylight.
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There are no meteors in space, they are called meteoroids until they reach our atmosphere, then they become meteors and if they fall to the ground, meteorites.
A meteorite is an object from space that has hit the surface of earth. Therefore you will find them at the bottom of the troposphere. However, you were probably refering to meteors. Most meteors are visible in the lower themosphere or upper troposphere.
How often are meteors visible in Jamaica? Every night; there are thousands of meteors each day, and they are visible all around the world.
Meteors are unique by having humans
The trail they leave of melting ice and dust particles. Also when they are burning up on the athmosphear.
Meteors do not explore. Rocks from space can not explore, only living beings can.
No. Meteors are space rocks that collide with the Earth. They have nothing at all to do with global warming.
Meteors are seen in the sky when huge space junk enter the atmosphere and burn up.
They don't. Meteors only burn when they enter the tmosphere, where the friction burns them up.
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No, meteors only burn up because of the friction caused as they pass rapidly through the atmosphere.
At parking meteors
At Parking Meteors.
Meteors are usually visible in the mesosphere.
Meteors come from outer space and crash into our atmosphere which burns them. That's what a shooting star is.
the objects found in space include: planets, meteors, meteoritees, comets and stars
astroids or meteors
They fly around in space.