Draconid meteor shower predicted across Merseyside tonight - here's how to see it



Merseyside’s star-gazers could be in for a treat this weekend - as the Draconid meteor shower will be visible in the northern skies.
The celestial fireworks display is one of two major encounters with meteor showers in October.
The Draconids are so named as they will be visible in the Draco constellation.
Fans of Harry Potter will instantly recognise the name Draco name, which means dragon, and may wonder if there is any connection.
They would be right as author JK Rowling used the names of a number of constellations for her characters. Draco, of course, is the first name of Harry Potter’s... read more

 
7 October 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 52
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