And if none of these afford a good view, more meteor showers are on the way.
The night sky over Russian Federation during the Draconid meteor shower, 2018. It'll seemingly drown all, however, the brightest meteors in its glare.
The Draconid meteor shower is caused when the Earth "collides with bits of debris shed by periodic comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinnerfor", according to NASA.
The Draconid shower is active every year around the time of October 6 to October 10.
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The Draconids typically produce between 5-10 meteors an hour. "So you never know for sure what's up in a meteor shower unless you look". AccuWeather says they are best seen before midnight, though the Moon could hinder some of the viewing this year.
The annual Draconic meteor shower has arrived but the short-lived spectacle is only here until the end of the week. Get out of the city, since the more light pollution the more obstructed the view.
The Draconids are expected to become active on the nights of October 8 and 9, according to the American Meteor Society (AMS).
Gabby Ferreira is a breaking news and general assignment reporter at The Tribune in San Luis Obispo. Dress for the weather, and make sure you're comfortable if you plan to stay out long. Last year, observers in Europe reported seeing almost 150 meteors an hour, according to the IMO. Some suggest bringing a blanket or chair, as meteor-watching can be a waiting game.
Shooting stars from the Draconids appear to come from just below bright star Eltanin in Draco the dragon's head.
During the peak of a meteor shower, meteors are visible in all areas of the sky, not just near the radiant point. While the Orionids are expected to produce around 20 meteors per hour, there are still strategies for optimizing the viewing experience.