The Draconids meteor shower radiates from near the constellation Draco. Draco the dragon. It’s in the northwestern sky. It'll peak in the evening on October 8, but you can see these meteors until the tenth.
Those extra bright spots in the sky Wednesday morning may look like regular ole stars we've seen a million times, but they will actually be the five brightest planets all lined up in a row for the first time in a decade. What time do we need to look up?