Potential Tau Herculids  According To NASA.

Meteor Shower?

NASA says.

When the shards of a broken-up comet draw near Earth tonight, the chances of a meteor storm are "hit or miss",

But astronomers are

 excited about the potential of a swarm of new shooting stars nonetheless.

The agency advises

 skywatchers to watch the constellation Hercules tonight for signs of pieces of 73P/SW3

If the shards come to

 Earth just right, they may create quite the show high up in our planet's atmosphere.

But NASA says

 it's important to keep your expectations open. "We get excited about meteor showers, too,"

But sometimes events like

 this don’t live up to expectations — it happened with the 2019 Alpha Monocerotid shower

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