The most visible meteor shower in the Minnesota sky is back tonight, featuring more than 80 'shooting stars' per hour. The Perseid meteor shower is set to peak tonight through predawn hours of Sunday morning.
The most visible meteor shower in the Minnesota sky is back this August, featuring more than 80 'shooting stars' per hour. The Perseid meteor shower is set to peak across the predawn hours of Saturday, August 12th.
The 2015 Perseid meteor shower begins tonight across Central Minnesota, and you could be treated to 50-100 meteors per hour tonight through Friday -- with peak viewing times between Midnight and dawn. A waning crescent moon-rise just before dawn will ensure dark night skies for prime meteor viewing.
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