Discovery Magazine reports that the Leonid Meteor Shower 2010 will be most active tonight, “with 15 to 20 an hour, you’ll be able to see a meteor streak across the sky every few minutes.” Continue reading for a video of last year’s Leonid Meteor Shower in time-lapse. Click here for more pictures.

If you’re really intent on having the best view, stay up until the wee hours of the morning, when the moon sets and allows the sky to darken, around 5:15 am. The Washington Post report that the sky will be dark enough for a good show by 3 am.

[via HuffingtonPost]