The Perseids peak this evening, Aug. 12, with about 60 meteors an hour: Stay up after midnight and look northeast toward the constellation Perseus. The skies will remain quiet until October’s Draconid meteor showers. 

The full moon of Aug. 22 will bring early-morning minus tides for beach walking. This moon is variously called the . . .

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