The Leonid meteor shower is active from November 6-30 and will peak in the late hours of November 17 until dawn, according to PAGASA. Unfortunately, this year the moon rises at 10:45pm and will be very close to the constellation Leo which will lead to poor visibility.
A waning gibbous moon could interfere with viewing the meteors. And if you're keeping en eye out for the shower's peak, it will occur on November 16-17 this year, so.
An out-of-this-world meteor shower will dazzle earthlings over the weekend - and here's how to catch a glimpse.
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Make your plans now, the next meteor shower could be one for the books. These rocks, or meteoroids, burn up and vaporise before they hit the Earth's surface - causing a streak of hot air as it hits the atmosphere.
Putting a spanner in the works though, natural light pollution will mean that fewer shooting stars maybe visible, thanks to the nearly full moon.
The actual peak of the Leonids comes the following night, which means the entire weekend could be good for trying to observe this meteor shower. The meteors will look to originate just below and to the left and appear to fall out of the constellation Monoceros.