Biggest Meteor Shower Of The Year Goes TONIGHT, TOMORROW

Published On August 11, 2015 | By Ryan Crits | Afternoons

This week is the peak of the month-long meteor shower caused by earth passing through a trail of debris left from comment “Swift-Turtle” (They are clearly running out of names over at NASA). The nights that are expected to see the most action are TONIGHT (August 11th) or tomorrow night.

Tonight we are expecting a few clouds and possibly rain, so it might be good to hold off until tomorrow.

Your peak times will be between 1Am and 4Am, although 11 and 12AM should still give you a show if your not willing to stay up all night!

If you want some more tips on viewing this Meteor Shower CHECK OUT THIS CBC ARTICLE



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