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Predawn: an hour or so beforePredawn: an hour or so before morning twilight. Best time to view most major showers. Late evening: approximately between 10 pm and midnight (or a little past). In general, most major meteor showers are best seen after midnight; some do not even appear until after then. Usually, a better time to see them is after 2 a.m., and the best time is about an hour or so just before morning twilight. Geminids, however, can be seen starting earlier, such as around 9 or 10 pm, until morning twilight. Sometimes Draconids may be visible at nightfall through early evening.

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