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DAYLIGHT METEORS: You can't see them, but they're there: meteors streaking overhead in broad daylight. June is the best month of the year for daylight meteors, with three active showers: the Arietids (June 7/8), the zeta Perseids (June 13/14), and the beta Taurids (June 29/30). The best way to enjoy these showers is with your ears. Whenever a meteor flies over the Naval Space Surveillance Radar (NAVSPASUR) in Texas, the radar records a ghostly ping.