Here’s how to watch the stunning quadruple meteor shower tonight

Here's how to watch the stunning quadruple meteor shower tonight

The quadruple meteor shower is at its zenith, and North American skywatchers have a good chance of seeing the tail end of the show tonight.

This annual meteorite typically peaks between January 3 and January 4 each year. I submitted this year so far Less than ideal views for sky watchers, Given that the moon was 81% full overnight on January 3rd. The quaternary meteorites are rather faint, so moonlight can easily wash them off. However, the moon is diminishing, so January 4 may allow for better meteorite detection, if at a lower rate than it was during the January 3 peak.

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