Late Tuesday night is an option as well.
The Perseids are bits of debris from the Comet Swift-Tuttle. Every year around August the Earth passes through these debris streams.
“They are typically fast, bright and occasionally leave persistent trains,” says a SPACE.com Columnist. “And every once in a while, a Perseid fireball will blaze forth, bright enough to be quite spectacular and more than capable to attract attention even in bright moonlight.”
God has a show in store for tonight for those who are up or wish to stay up. Remember, to give credit where credit is due.
The best times to watch:
1. between midnight and dawn Wednesday
2. 4am-5am EST.
3. 1-2am PST
4. After daybreak in Europe.