The Leonid shower is upon us. Best viewing for North America will be early, early Thursday morning.
Look to the constellation Leo a few hours before dawn in the space between moon fall and sunrise. Check out earthsky.org for a view of the radiant in the head of Leo. If you don’t know where to look, create a horizon view of your sky over here.
Not expected to be the greatest Leonid shower ever with peak activity around 20 meteors per hour, but it could still be interesting.