The Quadrantid meteor shower, one of winter's best shows, peaks late tonight (Jan. 3). However, the best time to view the shower is a few hours before sunrise tomorrow morning (Jan. 4) after the Moon has set. The shower's zenithal hourly rate is expected to be about 110 meteors per hour.

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Our moon has been slowly drifting away from Earth over the past 2.5 billion years

Our moon has been drifting away from Earth since the last 2.5 billion years

Our moon has been slowly drifting away from Earth over the past 2.5 billion years

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