NASA scientists expect a shower of meteors to peak about two a.m. the morning of November 17th. This shower will be clearly visible without the help of binoculars or a telescope, provided the star gazer heads away from city lights and looks North towards the constellation of Leo, which rises in the East.

Astronomers predict that more than 500 meteors per hour will streak across the early morning sky as the constellation of Leo appears in the East before sunrise on November 17th.

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