Viewable on 13th & 14th of December, it’s without a doubt, one of the best meteor showers to watch as it produces up to 60 multicoloured meteors per hour in its peak. It’s best viewed after midnight, looking to the East.
If you’re a photography enthusiast, these two nights will be the best to head up to high ground and in a place where there isn’t too much white light interference.
For more information, check out Earth Sky’s meteor shower guide.
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