All planets in our solar system that have atmospheres also have meteor showers. Earth has the famous Orionids from Comet 1P/Halley, the Geminids from asteroid 3200 Phaethon, and at least another 93 showers such as the Kappa Cygnids from now dormant Jupiter family comet 2008 ED69
. The showers occur when Earth traverses the streams of small bits of rock that these comets and asteroids released in the past.
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