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Answered 2014-11-12 16:40:15

Meteors are visible in space because when they burn up, they create light. So, we see light.

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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.

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What makes meteors visable in space?

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What do astronomers examine to learn about space?

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Where do aliens leave their space ship?

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What is space and what all are the objects in space?

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