It's important to remember that we likely won't see 50-100 meteors each hour in the United States, but the potential is there to see up to 50 depending on when exactly the peak occurs.
Check this Interactive Meteor Shower Sky Map to see the position of the radiant (the origin) in the night sky above your location at specific times. In Denver, it will peak at about 7 p.m.
The first meteor shower of 2019 is quite unique.
There are a couple of things working against us for the annual Quadrantid Meteor Shower, which peaks Thursday night.
Mid- and far-north latitudes will have the best chance to see the peak, which lasts only a few hours.
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Don't give up hope if you don't live in those areas. The shower should start at 9pm EST towards the tail of the Big Dipper.
The Quadrantids appear to come from a constellation called "Quadrans Muralis", which was created in 1795 but is no longer recognised as a constellation. The phenomenon, known as a transit, will not reoccur until November 13, 2032.To avoid eye damage, viewers will need solar filters like those used during the Great American Eclipse. This particular asteroid is 2003 EH1, which takes 5.52 years to orbit the sun once.
To view this meteor shower, look for a spot away from street lights. Once you're warmly dressed and in the dark, allow for your eyes to adjust.
Taking place around Christmas, residents in Asia, Eastern Europe, Western Australia, and East Africa will get to witness the celestial beauty of an annular solar eclipse, or what is also known as a partial eclipse.
And a super blood moon is coming in January, and the year will close with a rarely seen show in November.