Watch Up To 100 Meteors Per Hour In The First Meteor Shower Of 2020, Visible From Hawaii

From the Milky Way as seen from the summit of Hawaii’s tallest mountains to this week’s upcoming meteor shower, we are obsessed with the night sky above the Hawaiian Islands. The sky above the Hawaiian Islands will be particularly ablaze this week: first, with the massive amounts of fireworks set off across the islands for New Year’s Eve, and second, with the annual Quadrantid meteor shower that takes place this weekend. 

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Will you be watching this epic meteor shower? If you love stargazing as much as we do, you live in the right place. Not only are the stars as seen above Mauna Kea absolutely awe-inspiring, but you can enjoy the night sky without ever leaving your hotel at the Hyatt Regency Maui