A ‘meteor storm’ of 1,000 shooting stars per hour may light up the skies over North America next week

Ready to embrace some meteorological uncertainty?

The Tau Herculids meteor shower may light up the skies over North America on May 30 and 31. Or it may not. There’s a chance we might pass through the thickest part of the comet fragment that is creating the debris, in which case the night skies will be filled with shooting stars.

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