Stargazers around the world will be able to see the Perseids for the last time tonight. The annual event will be visible in Central America, Asia, much of Africa, and parts of South America. MailOnline
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Shooting stars will be visible north and south of the equator, though observers in mid-northern latitudes will have the best views. The US, Europe, and Canada will catch the Perseids at their peak. MailOnline