Star Light, Star Bright

Of the ten biggest annual meteor showers, just two could produce over 100 stargazing trails per hour: the December Geminids and the January Quadrantids, which is due to peak tonight.

The Quadrantids meteors are typically among the brightest of showers and with a less-illuminating crescent moon tonight, visibility of the stars will be optimum.

According to The American Meteor Society, the best time to view the light show is between 11 p.m. through 5 a.m. PST.

Let us know how you many you see!

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