Order 2016 Almanac Now - Get 3 FREE Gifts
I didn't look either, but apparently ...... I forgot to look at the calendar! This is likely source: http://www.nowpublic.com/environment/draconid-meteor-shower-october-7-2010-2694281.html Draconids 2010: A Meteor Drizzle The Draconid Meteor Shower should be visible in the Northern Hemisphere on October 7, 2010, local weather permitting. The Draconid meteor shower is the result of the Earth passing through the tail of the comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner; the Draconids are also known as the Giacobinids. October 7 will be the peak of the October 6-8 Draconid meteor shower. While not normally a full-on meteor spectacle, like the Perseids ("It's always Perseids, Perseids, Perseids!"), the Draconids are due to put on a spectacular show... in 2011. So what about this year? Meteor experts don't want to dampen our spirits, so they remind us that, even in years of weak Draconid activity, flare-ups can happen. --------------------------- Some flare-up that Andy Capps saw!!!!! *wow* Good article too at Nat'l Geographic: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/10/101007-science-space-meteor-shower-draconids-outburst/

2015 Special Edition Garden GuideCooking Fresh with The Old Farmer's AlmanacThe Almanac Monthly Digital MagazineWhat the heck is a Garden Hod?