The Taurids are visible practically anywhere on Earth
, except for the South Pole. Meteor showers are named after the constellation from which the meteors appear to emanate, known as the radiant. From Earth's perspective, the Taurid meteor shower appears to come approximately from the direction of the Taurus
To find Taurus, look for the constellation Orion
and then peer to the northeast to find the red star Aldebaran
, the star in the bull's eye.
Visible until December.