The folks over at Time have a guide on how to live stream the meteor shower tonight.
The Perseid Meteor Shower will light up the night sky Wednesday as up to 100 meteors per hour fly by the Earth. Astronomers say the view this year will be especially spectacular thanks to the position of the moon.
If you’re worried about missing the action outside, check out TIME’s live broadcast, which will be displayed above beginning at 8 p.m. EDT. The 5-hour broadcast, provided by Slooh, will include livestreams from prime viewing locations around the world, including in the Canary Islands, Canada and the United Kingdom. Experts will also provide commentary to help viewers understand the science behind the phenomenon.
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