First Of Its Kind Meteor Shower

By Brandi Bachman, KCRG-TV9

People have the chance to see something the earth has never experienced before.

Between 1AM and 3AM Saturday morning, the Camelopardalis Meteor Shower will hit its peak. Meteors will come from the north, flying from the range of the Camelopardalis constellation, also known as the Giraffe. Depending on how the earth moves through the shower, people could see as many as 200 meteors per hour.

To help find the correct location, Ursa Major, or the Big Dipper will be to the left, and the constellation Cassiopeia will be on the right.

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