Perseid Meteor Shower And International Space Station
Thursday morning the Perseid Meteor Shower continues and especially between 3 a.m. and 5:30.
You can see it in the outer suburbs and countryside you may see over two dozen meteors or shooting stars an hour and the International Space Station will make a high pass over the Twin Cities and surrounding area.
From 5:22 to 5:28 a.m. it pass from the low west northwest sky to the low southeast sky and will reach its highest point at 5:25 in the southwest sky about halfway from the horizon to the zenith.
It’ll look like super bright star generally moving from west to east across the morning twilight sky.