DON’T MISS IT: The Quadrantid meteor shower may be visible

A meteor from the Perseid Meteor Shower, Aug. 2015. Image AP

(WFLA) – Don’t forget to look up if you happen to be outside at night of Jan. 4, according to NASA, you may be able to see a meteor shower.

NASA posted on its website, that  the Quadrantid meteor shower on Jan. 4 may be visible to the observers in the U.S. According to NASA, the shower may favor the U.S. or it could favor Europe. Scientists have several predictions for this shower.

In the US, observers should start at 3 a.m. EST. The peak of the shower should last about two hours with rates of 120 meteors per hour predicted in areas with a dark sky, according to NASA.

 

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