The annual June Boötid meteor shower, which occurs as Earth passes through a stream of debris left behind by the Comet 7P/Pons-Winnecke, will peak in the early hours of June 27. While the meteor shower will continue until July 2, the best chance to view it will be during the peak. The shower is not expected to produce a high rate of meteors, with only a few sightings per hour. Experts suggest viewing in an area away from city light pollution for the best chance to see the meteors.
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