Up Late? Look For the Draconid Meteor Shower 2013
Have you seen any of the Draconid meteor shower this year? If you’re outdoors overnight, watch the sky for falling stars.
The peak of the 2013 Draconid meteor shower was October 7, but you may still be able to catch some of the shooting stars and make a couple wishes.The Draconid meteor shower takes it’s name from the constellation Draco or dragon. According to Discovery News, the annual shower takes place when the Earth travels through the tail of the Comet Giacobini-Zinner.
While the nights are still a little bit warm, take advantage of our wide open Wyoming sky and do some star gazing.