Okay, try to process this one:  According to NASA, a meteor shower that will occur late Friday night will be of dust that a comet "ejected" in the 1800s.  Yes, something that happened millions of miles away more than one hundred years ago is going to light up the sky -- possibly.  See, no one's ever actually seen this meteor shower because it's "new."

The very dim comet was discovered in 2004 and found to orbit the sun every 5 years, but this is the first time earth is lined up to pass through its debris field.

The best news?  According to the forecast, it looks like Michigan may have the best view!