Activity will peak around 5 a.m. Sunday, when as many as 13 meteors per minute could be visible — probably for a stretch of time that lasts less than an hour. The peak corresponds to 4 a.m. CT, 3 a.m. MT and 2 a.m. PT.
Because this peak occurs near dawn on the East Coast, West Coast watchers will have a longer period following the peak to look for meteors, said Bill Cooke, a meteor forecaster at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.
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