on Monday night into Tuesday morning, but this is not the only time when stargazers can see some of the shower.

"People should consider viewing meteors during the nights leading up to the peak," Samuhel said. "There will still be plenty of meteors, and, you will not have to battle as much moonlight."

As for when to head outside under the stars, folks may want to brew a cup of coffee if they hope to see the Perseids in all their glory.

"The Perseids are most active after midnight through daybreak. However, there are so many meteors during this shower, don't hesitate to view during the evening," Samuhel said.

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