That's according to the Adler Planetarium in Chicago.
Starting Wednesday night people may see up to 100 meteors per hour as the Earth passes through the dust trail of Comet Swift-Tuttle.
The planetarium says the best time to see the meteor shower will be in the early morning hours Thursday, around 2 a.m., when the skies are dark.
The planetarium says to get the best view spectators should get away from city lights and look northeast.
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