Leonid meteor shower 2019: How to watch the stunning meteor shower this weekend

Because of this, the best thing you can do is simply lay back and take in as much of the naked sky as possible.

Towards this goal, an empty field with an unobstructed view of the horizon will work best.

And remember it might take up to 30 minutes for your eyes to adjust to the dark.

Once you pick your location and prepare blankets, snacks, drinks and warm clothes, you will want to know where the Leonids burst out from.

The meteor shower is named after the constellation Leo the Lion, which sits in-between Cancer and Virgo the Maiden.

Leonids appear to radiate from a single point near the Leo.

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