Remember this one on video? The Jackson Lake Fireball of 1972
Since we’ll have a clear evening here in Northern California, I thought I’d mention this.
The annual Northern Taurid meteor shower caused by Comet Encke is underway. Although Taurid meteor rates are normally low, only about five meteors per hour, those five can be doozies. The shower is a well-known producer of terrestrial fireballs and lunar explosions. Taurids can appear at any hour of the night, so be alert for meteors tinight
Where to look? See the sky map.