Get outside on the night of August 11th and enjoy the peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower. Look for meteors to radiate outwards from the constellation Perseus at the peak of the shower, from the night of the 11th to the early hours of the 12th. The moon is close to new this year, so should produce minimal light pollution to interfere with viewing the shower. The Perseids are a strong shower, generally producing around 50-75 meteors per hour. More information is available at amsmeteors.org
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