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7/14 eve to 8/19 eve (7/28 peak): Delta Aquarid Meteor Showers.
7/29 eve to 8/17 eve (8/12 peak): Perseid Meteor Showers.
"(The jets) were right on its tail. As the thing would move, a jet was right behind it," Rogers recalls.
Originally posted by Centrist
It does and it doesn't. The jets could have appeared to be on the tail of a meteor, if the meteor was much higher and further from the observer than they realized, making the jets appear to match to speed of the object for a brief period. If the meteor then moved to such a distance that it passed over the horizon at a very high altitude, it would then appear to have moved away very quickly.