The sky is falling, and it isn’t snow.

Keep an eye out for shooting stars tonight and tomorrow morning. The Quadrantid meteor shower is at its peak, although subdued by bright moonlight. In the evening, shooting stars race away from the head of Draco, located on the northern horizon. The shower should improve around 5:00 AM when as moon sets and Draco climbs halfway up the eastern sky.

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