As Southern California enters into the prime of the astronomical viewing event of the year, Los Angeles residents are looking to get away from the city to get a front-row view.
This city is packed with bright lights and noisy tourist spots. Although there’s a lot to do in the glow of the buzzing metropolis, the dark skies offer a star gazing enthusiast a treat, if you know where to look. Here are a few ways to enjoy the cosmos while living under bright lights in the big city.
When it comes to stargazing, the Perseid massive meteor shower produces a spectacular show in Orange County. The peak of the Perseid meteor shower’s intensity typically occurs from Aug. 10 to 13.
With the Perseid meteor shower once again hurtling through the heavens towards planet Earth, here our top picks for the best places in Los Angeles to get a view of this annual spectacle.