quadrantid-meteor-shower-2012-roberto-portoThe annual Quadrantid meteor shower is peaking tonight, but the bright moon will interfere with the display. See our latest forecast here: Quadrantid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight: How to See It Stargazers can start the New Year off with a bang this weekend as the first meteor shower of 2015 reaches its peak on Saturday night (Jan. 3). The first meteor display of the year will be the Quadrantid meteor shower. Meteor showers are usually named after the constellation in the sky where their radiant is located: the point in the sky from which they appear to radiate. Thus, the Perseids are named for Perseus and the Geminids are named for Gemini. More