The Leonids are best known for producing meteor storms in the
years of 1833, 1866, 1966, 1999, and 2001. These outbursts of meteor
activity are best seen when the parent object, comet
55P/Tempel-Tuttle, is near perihelion (closest approach to the sun).
Yet it is not the fresh material we see from…
Peak Night: November 16-17th.
The moon will be 70% of full.