Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 3, 2013

Draconid Meteor Shower Peaks October 7

The Draconid shower is predicted to peak on the night of October 7, and possibly Oct. 8. Unlike most other meteor showers which are usually viewed between after midnight and before dawn, the Draconids are best viewed right after nightfall.  The waxing crescent moon won’t interfere with this year’s Draconid meteor display.  It can be seen in middle and far northern latitudes around the world. Read more at Earthsky.


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  1. I’ll be out there watching! I’m bringing a camera too so hopefully I’ll get some great shots!

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