People looking for a shooting star to wish upon may find Wednesday overnight to be a dream come true.
Celestial timing will help people see more of the oldest meteor shower known to Earth, the Perseids, when they peak 3 a.m. local Thursday, according to astronomers.
That's "because the moon is almost new and there's no moonlight to mess with the show," said NASA meteor expert Bill Cooke. The last time the Perseids (pur-SEE'-uhdz) peaked with little moonlight . . .