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Falling star is the common name for the visible path of a meteoroid as it enters the atmosphere to become a meteor. A falling star that survives passage through the atmosphere and reaches the Earth's surface is called a meteorite.
Falling Star or variants may also refer to:
Film and TV, books and games
- The Falling Star (Der Fallende Stern) a 1950 German drama film directed by Harald Braun
- "Requiem for a Falling Star", see List of Columbo episodes
- "Falling Star" (The Outer Limits), an episode of the television series The Outer Limits
- "Falling Star", a section of Star Wars Tales Volume 4
- "Falling Star" (General Hospital: Night Shift), an episode of the television series General Hospital: Night Shift
- The House on Falling Star Hill, a children's fantasy novel by Michael Molloy
- Falling Stars (video game), a role-playing game for young children
- "Falling Stars" (Sunset Strippers song), a song by Sunset Strippers
- "Falling Stars" (Lidia Isac song), song by Lidia Isac
- "Falling Stars", a song by musician Serj Tankian from the album Elect the Dead Symphony
- "Catch a Falling Star", a 1957 song popularized by Perry Como's hit version
- "Falling Star in Your Eyes", a song by Japanese rock band The Brilliant Green from their album Los Angeles
- "Would You Catch a Falling Star", 1982 single by American country music artist John Anderson
- Falling stars, common name for plants in the genus Crocosmia
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