EYES TO THE SKIES PEOPLE!
Shields Up: NASA says that close encounters with dusty filaments produced storms of
more than 10,000 Draconids per hour in the past.
The Draconid Meteor Shower is named after the constellation Draco because
meteors appear to come from that constellation in the north sky just
after sunset which is the best time to watch the Draconid Meteor Shower.
If the Earth passes through gaps between the filament dust streams,
there would hardly be any meteors to see. If instead the Earth passes
directly in the path of a filament, a display of over 100 meteors per
hour could occur.