Fall hasn’t been brief on huge occasions. On Halloween, the U.S. was dealt with to an unusual blue moon. Now, in November, the Leonid Meteor Shower is coming!
The shower is set to start Nov. 6, and will continue through Nov. 20. Nevertheless, this year’s occasion is anticipated to have less meteors than the huge showers that take place, approximately, every 33 years. You’ll wish to take a look at the shower throughout its peak the night of Nov. 16 through the morning of Nov. 17.
The shower is anticipated to produce about 15 meteors per hour, so you’ll require to keep your eyes peeled! However sitting under the stars with your good friends or household to see who can identify the most meteors seems like enjoyable.
To get the very best view, head to a location with extremely little light. If you reside in the city, it’ll be best to drive to a suburb to get a more unblocked view of the shooting stars.
And if you miss this shower, do not stress. The Geminid meteor shower will be here in December, providing you another possibility to make a dream on a shooting star.
[Via Travel and Leisure]