"With August's Perseids obscured by bright moonlight, the Geminids will be the best shower this year," said a NASA scientist.
You can watch the annual Lyrid meteor shower from April 16-25.
Meteorites are terrifying on their own — but let's not forget they're often carrying dangerous cargo.
Just because it happens every August doesn't mean it gets old. We've been admiring the debris of the Swift-Tuttle comet for over 2000 years.
The most anti-climatic space noise you'll hear today. Guaranteed. Of course this is what they sound like from the ground, hundreds of miles away from the source.