Quadrantid Meteor Shower: How to Watch This Week’s Breathtaking Celestial Display

Every year, the Earth briefly encounters the Quadrantid meteor shower, a shower that happens early in January. January Quadrantids is one of the two biggest annual meteor showers that could produce over 100 per hour, the other is the December Geminids. For this year’s Quadrantid meteor show, the new moon arrives on 2nd of January which means there will be no bright moonlight to hinder visibility.

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