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Monday 6 February 2023 Dublin: 1°C

# Shooting Star

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# great gig in the sky
'Green ball of fire' - A stunning green fireball lit up the Irish sky last night
The brightest of the fireballs was at about 6.54 pm last night.
# Shooting Star
Tonight's the night as Perseid meteor shower set to light up the skies in Ireland
Astronomy Ireland said you won’t need a telescope to get a good view of the shooting stars – weather permitting, of course.
# Shooting Star
Greatest player in ladies football history contemplating retirement from the game
Mayo’s Cora Staunton may call time on a glittering career.
# Shooting Star
Are Dublin hurlers about to unleash a huge attacking star this summer?
Dublin’s Mark Schutte is tipped to take the 2015 championship by storm.
# Shooting Star
This Irish actor has a little something in common with Daniel Craig
Moe Dunford will be honoured next month for his portrayal of a young patient suffering from schizophrenia.
# northern star
Hundreds of us saw that 'giant fireball' this week --- but where did it land?
Hundreds of sightings were reported to Astronomy Ireland, from all over the country.
# Shooting Star
Ireland could* be the best place in the world to see a stunning meteor shower tonight
*Weather permitting of course, but it’s not looking too good right now…
# Astronomy
Meteors to rain down on Earth over coming week
Eyes to the sky, Astronomy Ireland are expecting a celestial firework show this weekend.
# Celestial Fireworks
Meteor shower will be visible from Ireland this weekend
Earth is about to move into a cloud of dust and debris left by a comet – treating us to one of the best meteor showers this week.