If there’s one thing we at Rock Cellar Magazine like to do in our spare time more than look at pictures of rock and roll stars, it’s look at real stars. Oh, and to think of bad puns and metaphors.
In case you missed your print copy of “Muscly Meteors,” here’s a reminder that the night sky is hosting an event this weekend: The Leonid meteor shower.
The shower will run from November 16th through the 20th, with the peak (yeah, we know that’s what you’re most interested in) occurring * Nov. 17 at 4:30 a.m. EST. *
The official NASA site has lots of cool information, as well as “tips” for watching meteor showers.
And OMG thankfully they also offer tips for virtually watching the meteor shower online on our computers so that we don’t have to actually go (*egads*) outside.
But if you do venture outdoors, NASA insists and keeps insisting that you “dress warmly” because obviously they don’t want to be liable in case you catch cold (remember though, it’s a virus) while following NASA’s viewing instructions. And as we all know, people like to sue.