The Georgia Sky Will Light Up With Shooting Stars And A Full Blood Moon During The Draconids Meteor Shower

While autumn will bring multiple attractions in Georgia to the forefront of your calendar, like hayrides and visiting pumpkin patches, there is another reason to mark up your calendar entirely. October will bring about a slew of natural beauty from a meteor shower to a full Blood Moon, all happening within the same week. If you’re looking for a reason to stay up late with some hot chocolate, then this full moon and meteor shower in Georgia will be the perfect reason.

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When: The Draconids meteor shower wil run from October 6th through the 10th, with peak times on October 8th. The full Blood Moon will occur on October 13th.

To learn more about the 2019 meteor showers and moon occurrences in Georgia, click here.