Watching the Perseids peak this weekend may have left you with an intense desire for another night lying under shooting stars. Or maybe you missed the show entirely and want to know when your next chance will arrive. (There's still time to see it! Here's how you can see the Perseid meteor shower, and how to photograph the Perseids.) Fortunately, there are still opportunities to see a meteor shower before the end of the year.
This year's Perseids rained down around a meteor per minute. That's an incredible rate. There's only one display this year that will surpass that rate, and you'll have to wait until December to catch the Geminids. But, even if every shower can't have the perfect conditions, there's something to be enjoyed in each event.
Below you'll find the meteor showers you can still catch this year.