Yesterday, after the follow-up massage, my whole body felt like been beaten up by someone. My pair of legs still hurts and according to my massuer, it's the nerve. I will have a word with my doctor and then go for an x-ray. After that, a further discussion with my doctor to see which specialist I should see.
BBC reported that skygazers' across parts of the planet have been treated to a celestial display of the Perseid meteor shower. The spectacle is created when the Earth passes through a field of debris left by the Swift-Tuttle comet.
At their most intense, the meteors can be seen at a rate of one per minute, although they will still be visible until 22 August.
Last night, the clouds were all over, so I could not get to see any stars, let alone the meteor shower.
- The meteors are called the Perseids because they appear to fly out of the constellation Perseus
- The yellow dot marks the Perseid radiant. The meteors can appear in any part of the sky, but all of their tails will point back to that area
- The best views of the meteor shower are likely to be in the Northern Hemisphere