The famous Leonid meteor shower peaks between midnight and dawn on November 18.  The morning before might be good, too.  Here's all you need to know to watch.

The famous Leonid meteor shower peaks between midnight and dawn on November

Perseids meteor shower. Photo by David Kingham. I only saw one; this shot is amazing. But I got my meteor fix just over a week ago when a flaming giant went right over Grewelthorpe where we happened to be in a field with no light pollution and utterly clear skies. Win!

The sky is falling "Snowy Range Perseid Meteor Shower" by David Kingham of the U. was "highly commended" in the Earth and Space category. Kingham combines 23 individual stills to convey the excitement and dynamism of August's Perseid meteor shower.

'The King of Meteor Showers': Brightly Colored Geminids Streaked Across Night Sky This Weekend

Old story about the Geminids includes interesting graphic on meteor color 'The King of Meteor Showers': Brightly Colored Geminids Streaked Across Night Sky This Weekend

Spectacular view of the Orionid meteor shower over Middle Falls outside the city of McCloud, Calif., near Mount Shasta showing many meteors streaking through the Milky Way galaxy over the lighted falls. (Image Credit:  Brad Goldpaint of Goldpaint Photography)

Orionid meteor shower over Middle Falls, McCloud, California, USA. Brad Goldpaint of Goldpaint Photography

Real(Mislabeled) - This is not a picture of the 1833 Perseid Meteor Shower. - This is a famous depiction(cropped from the original) of the 1833 Leonid Meteor Storm, produced in 1889 for the Seventh-day Adventist book Bible Readings for the Home Circle

Inspiring picture black and white, drawing, illustration, meteorshower, sky. Find the picture to your taste!

Night sky watcher William Berry sent in a photo of a fireball at Slide Mountain over Washoe Valley, NV. He says the image is a wide angle stack of about 1 hour, 30 second exposures, and he brightened the meteor trail a bit. See Our Full Gallery of Dazzling Perseid Meteor Shower Photos for 2013 [Full Story: 2013 Perseid Meteor Shower Wows Stargazers 2013]

Night sky watcher William Berry sent in a photo of a Perseid meteor at Slide Mountain over Washoe Valley, NV. He says the image is a wide angle stack of about 1 hour, 30 second exposures, and he brightened the meteor trail a bit.

Mother Nature magnified: The sky at night illuminates the Middle McCloud Falls in northern California

The sky at night without light blight: Photographer captures amazing images from some of America's remotest locations

The sky at night illuminates the Middle McCloud Falls in northern California. Photographer: Brad Goldpaint its my dream to get a star picture like this

i SO want to see a meteor shower! i am always alseep, or have no idea until afterwards when they happen! i think it would be absolutely amazing to watch a meteor shower :)

History of the Universe (FR) The annual Leonid November meteor shower-Nov. Universe This piece of our glorious planet is Magical!

"Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars and see yourself running with them." ~Marcus Aurelius

Amazing Startrails Bursting in the Night Sky, by Lincoln Harrison. Photographer Lincoln Harrison continues to amaze us with his extensive collection of surreal Startrails.

Taken during the 2015 Perseid meteor shower in August - at Mount Rainier National Park - by Matt Dieterich.  He calls the photo 'Skyfall.'

EarthSky’s meteor shower guide for 2016 - Taken during the 2015 Perseid meteor shower in August - at Mount Rainier National Park - by Matt Dieterich. He calls the photo 'Skyfall.

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Atlas V Arc of Light: Rocket launched with twin Radiation Belt Storm Probes sent to explore the Van Allen Belts that surround Earth. Astrophotographer Mike Killian took this photo from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida Aug.

Meteor showers, eclipses, etc. in 2017- infographic

2017 Astronomical Events Check out our calendar of some of astronomical events for sky watchers. Most of these natural occurrences can be observed with the naked eye but use a pair of binoculars or a telescope for best viewing.

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