I wrote this article; Geminids-Meteor Shower 2017, last month and I got an email saying that this article is eligible to be moved to Owlcation. They ask for some improvements related to links and citations. I´d like to know where on the article should I place the links and citations that give support to the claims made in this article?
This is the link to my article;
It's a good idea to place them within the text of the article where you mention them.
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