This weekend brings the return of the famous Leonid meteor shower, which has a storied history of producing some of the most sensational meteor displays ever recorded.
The year's encounter is predicted for 11:45 p.m. ET Saturday.
A lounge chair or blanket, warm clothes, and a snuggle-buddy are all you need. Find a dark location away from city lights, with a clear view of the eastern horizon. Lie back, face east, and scan as much of the sky as you can.
Scientists are expecting between 100-150 meteors per hour during this cosmic event.
That’s a huge opportunity for wish-making, if you’re in need of a few. I know I am.