How to See the Draconid Meteor Rain
This rain occurs when the Earth crosses the orbit of Comet 21P / Giacobini-Zinner. The debris left behind by the comet bursts into the earth's atmosphere and burns enormously to create a shower for everyone to enjoy. The shower will reach its peak on the night of October 8 the next morning and is the unofficial start of the fall meteor season.
The meteors for this rain appear to radiate from the constellation Dragon. While it may be helpful to find a radiator, this is not a question you should look for. Instead, look just a little away from the glow, taking in as much as possible from the night sky. In part, this is because the meteors will move away from the glow.
It will also help to look at space away from the wax flexible moon at night. Because the moon is so close to full, it has the potential to wash many of the meteors. Most meteor showers tend to hit their peak after midnight, but the Dragonflies, which should produce about 5-1