Tonight you will be able to admire the Draconids in the sky, an astronomical phenomenon that occurs only once a year and if you are a fan of the starry sky you will not remember.
According to the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (INAOE), draconides can be seen from October 6 to 10, but there will be more activity tonight, as 20 meteors per hour can be seen.
Activity in the sky can be seen at sunset today and will continue until one o’clock on Saturday, October 9. The good news is that you don’t need binoculars to see them.
Draconids are meteor showers. We can see them as the Earth passes through a ring made up of separate pieces of comet 21P / Giacobini-Zinner. When one of these pieces comes into contact with the Earth’s atmosphere, it is calcined by friction with the air, thus producing a bright glow that we know as a meteor or shooting star, as they do. Explains National Geographic