The harvest moon lights the sky this week, making the Draconid meteor shower more difficult to see.  This shower of about 10 meteors an hour radiates from the constellation of Draco, the dragon west of the Little Dipper. Close upon the heels of the Draconids are the Orionid showers, which fall throughout the month of October, peaking around . . .

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