It's a summary of Wired's article from (wired.com/2016/08/perseid-meteor-shower-will-really-outdo-tonight/).
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Stargazers devotee will be fascinated by once a year phenomenon in August. Perseid meteor shower will show its breathtaking scenery with doubled rate caused by outsized gravitational pull of Jupiter. Head of NASA's Meteorid Environment, Bill Cooke said that there are two aspects which affect gravitational bizarre, the sun and Jupiter despite of other complementary planets. In several times a century, historical record showed the fact of Jupiter orbit which passed debris field that made those dust trails moved closer to earth.
This 124,000 miles per hour outburst is constructed by space chunks of the broken Swift-Tuttle comet that streaks our solar system every 133 years. The flashes stream is the effect of burned chunks that hit the atmosphere, ordinarily called comet.
For those who interested to do stargazing should keep your eyes on wandering the sky in between midnight and dawn. Miserably, people who live in metropolitan city with high light pollution will face an obstacle. But, don't be a fuss because Marshall Space Flight Center will be airing the show.