Circle the date November 21st on your calendar, when a brief but potentially spectacular meteor storm might light up the night.
Light pollution map
to find dark skies
Meteor showers are pretty much a planet-wide event every time. It would be tough for a meteor shower to have a locality to it, as that would require the source asteroid/comet to have very recently passed by Earth, and if that ever happened, trust me, you would know about it.Are meteor showers only seen in certain areas? Kind of like say an eclipse. Or is it visible anywhere as long as its A. Not Cloudy and B. After dark (Obviously)
Flew down this afternoon from New Jersey to Charleston, SC. Staying in the appropriately named Folly Beach. Saw one unrelated meteor. Felt just like being on the plains again for chasecation. Sigh.......Twitter users reporting this event was a bust. A few reports of a single bright fireball but no outburst. Anyone manage to get clear skies and see anything?