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Meteors are visible from the Prince Hamaza Camp, an observation site for the Leonid meteor shower, in the Azraq desert 100km from Amman November 19, 2002. The meteors, visible from Europe and North America, should have been the biggest shooting star display of the 21st century. However, the full moon thwarted many star gazers from enjoying the spectacle. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji

Annual Leonid meteor shower

The annual Leonid meteor shower

hit its regular peak over the weekend, but stargazers who missed the

event may catch the second act of the shooting stars show tonight and

early Nov. 20.