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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Looking for nature’s finest light show, South Florida? Look up at the sky Wednesday night for a possible glimpse at the 2015 Perseid meteor shower.

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The meteor shower, according to EarthSky.org, is going on early morning Tuesday through Friday.

The best time for viewing, according to NASA, will be 2 AM Thursday through before sunrise.

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On a dark night, gazers can see 50 or more meteors per hour from northerly latitudes and from southerly latitudes in the Southern Hemisphere, perhaps about one-third that many meteors.

Experts recommend a least an hour of observing time for the meteors in meteor showers come in spurts and are interspersed with lulls.

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Each year, from July 17 to August 24, Earth crosses the orbital path of Comet Swift-Tuttle, the parent of the Perseid meteor shower.