If you love sky-gazing—tonight is your night!  The annual Draconid meteor shower will be at its peak. It's not the most spectacular meteor shower of it's kind, but it is unusual because it is best viewed just after sunset rather than the early morning hours.

To get the best view, find an area away from city lights so the eyes can adjust to the darkness for at least 20 minutes. Astronomers suggest lying on a blanket or reclining chair to get a full-sky view.