Unless you're reading this too late, meteors are coming your way!
Pending you're reading this too late and/or the world hasn't ended, you're gonna want to grab a big seat for the phenomenon that is God's money shot: the meteor shower. The event known as the Draconid Meteor Shower will bring its natural splendor to the skies of the Northern Hemisphere on the nights of October 8 and 9.
Unlike other meteor showers, the Draconid meteors will be the most visible during nightfall, as opposed to the predawn hours, reports Accuweather—and the mid-Atlantic Seacoast, Tennessee Valley, northern Plains and Rockies should have the best view, pending the weather holds. October 9 should be the night with the most dazzling-ass meteors (the scientific term for the best meteors), so mark your calendars.