NASA will stream Quadrantids meteor shower
If you're up early Wednesday morning and the weather is clear, you could be treated to a spectacular light show.
The Quadrantids meteor shower is expected to peak from about 3 a.m. to 5 a.m. NASA expects it to produce 60 to 200 streaks across the sky per hour.
Even if the sky isn't clear, there's still a way to watch the meteor shower. NASA has set up a live sky camera on the web.
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