The Comet Swift-Tuttle will be streaking through the constellation Perseus tonight, leaving behind a shower of meteors. The show starts at 9:00 p.m. tonight and promises dozens of meteors per hour. Check NASA’s page on the event for more information. Grab a blanket, a list of your best wishes and find a dark spot to watch.

Ever yours in wishing the meteors were sailing through Pisces,

P.F.A. Pickerel

Update (August 13, 2007):  Caught the meteor shower early last night.  Saw meteors, but wasn’t in prime time, so didn’t see many.  For those who missed it, check this link. -P.F.A.P.