Why you should brave the cold in your hammock
Posted on 07 November 2016
The Leonids meteor shower occurs when the Earth passes through the debris left by the comet Tempel-Tuttle and people can view about 20 meteors an hour at the peak of this annually active wonder of the solar system.
The Leonids can be seen by viewers from both hemispheres. While it is not necessary to look in a particular direction to enjoy a meteor shower, we suggest lying back in your Simply Hammock and looking at the sky between the East and the point right above you to view the Leonids.
It usually peaks around November 17 or 18. We suggest that observers try their luck after nightfall on November 18.