“The best meteor shower of 2022 for stargazers in the Northern Hemisphere could hit tonight and tomorrow morning.
“The Quadrantid meteor shower hits its peak right around the first week of the year every January and offers some of the highest hourly rates of shooting stars among the major showers on the calendar.
“This year it comes as the moon is in its new, or darkened, phase, making the prospects even better.
“Under absolutely perfect conditions, which would be something like sitting on a mountain top with clear skies, a 360-degree view and robotic eyes capable of scanning the entire dome all at once, you might be able to see up to 120 meteors per hour. That’s approaching what skywatchers might define as a meteor storm.”
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