A NEW METEOR SHOWER, The May Camelopardalids: May 24th could be a big day for meteor astronomy. That's when Earth is expected to pass through a cloud of debris from comet 209P/LINEAR, producing a never-before-seen meteor shower. Meteor rates could exceed 200 per hour, and some forecasters have even mentioned the possibility of a meteor storm.
The best time to look is during the hours between 6:00 and 08:00 Universal Time on May 24th or between 1 and 3 o'clock in the morning Central Daylight Time. "We expect these meteors to radiate from a point in Camelopardalis, also known as 'the giraffe', a faint constellation near the North Star," Get the full story from Science@NASA
Clear Skies! But, we are hoping for some rain this month!