The Draconid Meteor Shower is a stunning natural phenomenon in which dozens of shooting stars illuminate the night sky. It occurs every October when the Earth passes through a stream of debris from the comet 21/P Ciacobini-Zinner. It's a periodic comet that orbits the Sun every 6.6 years. Although the annual activity of the shower is usually low, the Draconids produce episodic outbursts and meteor storms. Major outbursts were detected in 1985, 1998, 2005 and 2011. In 2012, a completely unexpected Draconid storm was detected by the Canadian Meteor Orbit Radar(CMOR) with an equivalent ZHR reaching 9000 meteors per hour. The Draconids will be most visible between sunset and midnight when the constellation Draco is at its highest point. The shower will appear brighter in darker locations, so stargazers are advised to travel to the countryside for the best viewes. Get ready for a spectacular night sky light show. Even for a major outburst of shooting stars.