Half of the celestial sphere is accessible to the observation of a person located on a flat open area. Can this observer see half of the total number of meteors moving at a given moment in the Earth’s atmosphere?
An observer on the Earth’s surface sees meteors glow in only a very small part of the Earth’s atmosphere. This is due to the small thickness of the atmosphere.
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