I wonder will I be able to see some shooting stars later. The earth will pass through the debris of the comet Swift-Turtle. Dust particles light up as they enter our atmosphere and buring up create the illusion of shooting stars. Magnificent isn't it? The science of magic! From 10.30 on is meant to be the best time to view. The meteor shower appears to come from the constellation of Perseus.
Anyway apparently these showers have been happening every August for thousands of years. I'm sure my sister Vivian, who is turning 21 this weekend had these stars to herald her birth. I found a sweet poem called The Sea Sprite and the Shooting Star which you can see by following this link