This year’s most active meteor shower, the Perseids, returned to view in late July and peaks for viewers from Aug. 11 to 12, radiating from the constellation Perseus in the northeastern sky. Up to 60 meteors an hour may be visible, especially with a new moon and dark—maybe fog free—skies on Aug. 11.

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