spectacular SoCal spots for viewing tonight’s Perseids meteor shower

Perseid meteor shower, please! The Perseids meteor shower, the summer's grandest celestial spectacle, will be visible in the night sky through about August 24.

According to the American Meteor Society, the globe will witness the most intense display on August 11 and 12.

The constellation from whence the Perseid meteor shower emanates gives rise to its name. 

And while you won't have to worry about turning to stone while admiring the ice, rocky remains of the comet Swift-Tuttle

other cosmic phenomena will provide observers with difficulties during this year's otherworldly spectacle.

The final supermoon display of 2022 is one of those events. Our lunar companion, the Sturgeon Moon, is seen as it rises fully into view shortly before 7 o'clock tonight

It's fine for the opening act to steal the show, but it's crucial to realise you might not receive the ideal Perseids display you're hoping for.

You may have seen up to 100 meteors per hour in former years, but this year's weather has delivered a "mph" that Angelenos may recognise from rush hour

NASA estimates that the annual rate is 10 to 20 per hour or less. But why not celebrate the distinction?

The Sturgeon Moon's early rise presents a chance for a spectacular evening adventure

A show-stopping orange moon dominates the twilight before your meteor hunt, so get outside at nightfall to begin with a golden-hour romp. 

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