18, 2017. 18, 2017. 18, 2017. Geoffrey Sher, one of the world’s top fertility doctors, speaks with a patient about to undergo a procedure to collect her eggs to then bank her embryos at Sher Fertility clinic in Las Vegas, Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017. The patient who wishes to not be named, 30, has accelerated egg loss and has has attempted four other fraternity clinics prior to Dr.
HomeWhat’s OnWhat’s On NewsSpace EventsPerseid meteor shower 2018 dates and times to see shooting stars near youThis is when to look out for Perseids shooting stars streaking across the night sky16:25, 9 JUL 2018Updated16:26, 9 JUL 2018What’s OnGet What’s On updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThe biggest and best display of shooting stars this year is coming soon.Each year, the Perseid meteor shower arrives sometime between July 17 and August 24.The cosmic spectacle, which happens when the Earth ploughs through debris trailing behind the Swift Tuttle comet, has always been the most popular of the annual meteor showers because about 80 to 100 shooting stars can be seen every hour.In some years, the display is much more intense. In these ‘swarm years’ it’s possible to see what are called meteor outbursts or meteor storms with thousands of shooting stars an hour.The meteors travel at about 37 miles a second and appear to come from the direction of the constellation Perseus, hence their name.They burn up at an altitude of 40 to 60 miles above the Earth’s surface.When is the Perseid meteor shower 2018?A meteor shoots across the sky at Avebury, Wiltshire, during the Perseids meteor shower on August 12, 2013. Photo: Tim Ireland/PA WireBlood moon in July 2018 ‘will trigger the end of the world’ according to doomsday preachersFor 2018, the Perseids are expected to be visible each night from Monday, July 23, to Monday, August 20.They are set to peak on the night of Sunday, August 12 into Monday, August 13.
After ordering the appetizer, we got to work on the rest of the menu although they had several different styles of nigiri sushi, they didn have ANY of our favorites so instead we looked to the roll menu, since they had a few interesting rolls. While most of the rolls on the menu were pretty ordinary, they had four unusual ones I chose the Rainbow Roll (since I wasn in the mood for most of the other styles) and my companion chose the Crazy Buster. We both also ordered a tuna and salmon sashimi, and we split an order of gyoza..