We've got the Leonids shower to look forward to tonight apparently. Best time is supposed to be before 8 am this morning (Sat) UK time, so you may get a show just before it gets light.
The Leonids: November 5 to 30, peak on [night of] November 17
The Leonid shower is known for its spectacular shows every 33 years when its parent comet, Tempel-Tuttle reaches perihelion. The next time it does so will be in 2031. While one normally can expect 10 to 15 meteors per hour [as is expected this year], in the years of its parent comet reaching perihelion there have been times of over 100 per hour or even more. The shower often has bright meteors with persistent trains which sometime show greenish colors. Meteors will radiating from Leo’s sickle or backward question mark shaped mane.
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