Need a quick escape from your day? Put on your headphones and watch this dizzying time-lapse video at full screen as meteors from years and years of showers flit across the sky.
The Leonid meteor shower peaks this weekend. Not the year's most dazzling shower, and it'll be competing with the light of a full Moon, but you'll want to keep your eyes peeled if you find yourself outside in the early morning hours. If you're feeling optimistic, SPACE.com has some good viewing tips.
This year's Leonid meteor shower peaks during the pre-dawn hours of Saturday, November 17th, and it's shaping up to be a beautiful night for stargazing. According to NASA, tonight's shower could be one of the best Leonid displays in years. Here's everything you need to know to spot as many meteors as possible.
Every fall, meteors bombard our skies in a symphony of light and speed. It's the Leonid meteor shower, and tonight's your last chance to experience it for twelve long months. Here's how to do it.