In early October the Russians they will see a meteor shower of Draconians, the peak of which will fall on the night of 8 to 9 October. This is the most unpredictable Starfall. Usually at the max he gives 5-15 meteors per hour, but occasionally brings down on the Earth hundreds of meteors per hour. The most striking in the last century Draconians were observed in 1926, 1933 and 1946.
It is expected that this year about 10 "shooting stars"can be observed per hour. According to experts, on the night of 8 to 9 October, the Moon will not prevent observations of meteors. The name of the dragonborn comes from the constellation Draco, where it appears to the observer from Earth, flying meteors. In Central Russia in the period of maximum Draconid constellation Dragon is located after midnight in the North-Western part of the sky.
Draconians - slow meteors yellow and even reddish