The Minnesota Sky Will Light Up With Shooting Stars This Week During The Leonid Meteor Shower

Every November, the Leonid meteor shower lights up the night sky across Minnesota. The Leonids is one of the year’s premier shooting star shows, averaging about 15 meteors per hour, depending on your vantage point.

Will you get out to see the Leonid meteor shower in Minnesota this month? If you can make it to one of the state’s dark sky areas, like Voyageurs National Park, you’ll boost your odds for seeing the maximum number of shooting stars streak across the sky.

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