There will be a total lunar eclipse, a couple of meteor showers, and the best view of Uranus this year.
The Taurids shower is an annual light show that produces shooting stars from two distinct sources:
Comet 2P Encke and asteroid 2004 TG10. It sounds more impressive than it is likely to appear.
It's a minor storm that will produce five to ten meteors per hour at its peak on November 4.
The moon will be at its fullest around 6 a.m. on November 8.
The "Beaver Moon" in November 2022 will be more than just a full moon. There will be a "blood moon."
The blood moon will be visible across most of North America, peaking around 6 a.m.