North Taurid meteor shower: How and when to watch

The Taurids bring slow and steady streams from September to December. The peaks aren’t as eventful and defined as some other meteor showers, such as the Perseids in August, according to EarthSky. But the Taurids are known for the occasional fireball, which is a meteor that shines more vibrantly than Venus, the brightest object in the sky.


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