We all know what meteor showers are and have an idea of what one would look like, but most of us have never seen one in action. We Georgians are in luck because there's going to be a Draconid meteor shower this October and you can see it in Georgia super clear.\nA Draonids meteor shower is more lowkey than the full packed shower that killed the dinosaurs, but it is still pretty cool. This type of shower is considered a "sleeper," meaning it rarely has more than five meteors per hour, according to earthsky.org.\nGeorgia is a prime spot to watch this show over a few days during the month of October. As long as you turn off all the house lights (and outside lights) you should be in the clear to see a few meteors fly over.\nView this post on Instagram Remember your childhood days spotting the constellations and look around for one shooting star to make a wish. Let’s live those moments again and give your kids a starry treat. Just let yourself be under the sky away from the city hassle and make countless wishes with all the falling stars. Join F5 for a night out with stars and witness the meteor shower. Who knows, you may find a new hobby with your little one!⠀ ⠀ Registration Opens. Limited seats available!⠀ Dates: 14th - 15th Dec 2019⠀ ⠀ To get the details in your email before anyone else, Call us right away at 080 47091759 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #F5Escapes #WomenTravel #MomAndKidsTrip #WeekendGetaway #meteor #meteorshower #Explore #Wanderlust #ShootingStars #Stargazing #WeekendGetaway A post shared by F5 Escapes (@f5escapes) on Sep 15, 2019 at 3:00am PDT\nBack in 1933 and 1946, this type of shower lit up the sky and there were thousands of meteors every single hour. There is always a possibility of this happening again, so keep a lookout.\nMark your calendars for Oct. 6 to Oct. 10 because these are going to be the days Georgians will be watching the night sky like hawks.\nView this post on Instagram Lost in the milky way,Smile at the empty sky 🌌 And wait for the moment “ the meteor shower” .The core of universe , high in `Akkar mountains away from pollution . The sky appeared crystal clear and temperatures were really chilly like winter . A unique experience 🤗taken by @alexander_photography97 #milkyway #universe #meteorshower #stars #nature #akkar #lebanon #lebanon🇱🇧 #livelovelebanon #livelovelebanon❤️ #liveloveakkar A post shared by Pauline Khoury (@paulinekhoury) on Sep 10, 2019 at 11:05am PDT\nIf you want to get the most out of this rare shower, the best places to get the best views are the State Parks and observatories. Earthsky has shared some of the best spots:\nFort Mountain State Park, 181 Fort Mountain Park Road, Chatsworth\n\n\nBell Mountain, 220 Shake Rag Rd, Hiawassee, GA 30546\n\n\nFort Yargo State Park, 210 S. Broad St., Winder, GA 30680\n\n\nCooper's Creek Wildlife Management Area, 8653 Mulkey Gap Road, Suches\n\n\nDeerlick Astronomy Village, Crawfordville, GA 30631\n\n\nF. D. Roosevelt State Park, 2970 GA-190, Pine Mountain, GA 31822\nView this post on Instagram A bit blurry (opened the shutter too long) but look at those shooters. This one shot from our outdoor bathtub. #nightphotography #nightsky #skyporn #spiritart #stars #thirdeye #meteorshower A post shared by Carrie (@carrieanneart) on Sep 8, 2019 at 2:04pm PDT\nKeep up with all the astrological updates at earthsky.org. They will give you all the prime times to see astro shows and planet sightings.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.