We know you were mesmerized by the Perseid Meteor Shower back in August and were thrilled by the magic of October鈥檚 Orionid Meteor Shower, which is why (while you鈥檙e waiting for the upcoming Beaver Super Moon) we know you鈥檒l want to check out the Leonid Meteor Shower.

Named after the constellation Leo, the Leonid Meteor Shower usually gives us a pretty darn spectacular showing of 鈥渟hooting stars鈥 as 50,000 of the flying objects pass by our planet every hour.

This year won鈥檛 be quite as epic, but we鈥檒l still be able to catch an impressive 10 or 15 meteors streaking through the sky every hour. 鈥淭he Leonids are a very minor meteor shower until they outburst, or storm,鈥 NASA meteor expert Bill Cooke told Space, 鈥渁nd that鈥檚 not projected to happen again until 2033.鈥

Those who want to get a glimpse at the cosmic fun will have plenty of time to do so. Starting as early as November 13, meteors will continue to fly by right up until November 20.

Don鈥檛 forget to make a wish!

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(h/t Space)