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Meteors Happen Every Day

Stefan Kautsch, Ph.D.

Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences Assistant Professor Stefan Kautsch, Ph.D., said it is “very exciting” that three events occurred in the skies above Earth this weekend, during an interview with NBC 6 TV.

You may not see a meteor passing through the South Florida sky every night, but Sunday night’s meteor was caught on camera. That may not happen much, but meteors flying through our skies are more common than you think.

“Meteors happen every day,” Kautsch, Ph.D., said. “You just need to go out for 10 minutes and you’ll see probably three meteors.”

View Kautsch’s interview with NBC 6 here:
“Meteors Happen Every Day”: Nova Southeastern University Assistant Professor