Extraterrestrial Meteor Showers
Any other Solar System-based body with a transparent atmosphere can experience meteor showers as well. As the moon is quite closer to Earth, it can even experience such showers. However, the moon will have its phenomena because of a lack of atmosphere. Right now, NASA works hard to maintain one ongoing database of the moon’s observed impact, as managed by the Marshall Space Flight Center. Many moons and planets have craters already, which date quite back. But, it is possible to relate some new craters with meteor showers as well. So, Mars, along with its Moons, is known to have meteor showers.
It has been hard to observe such an effect on other planets up until now, but we can presume its existence. For example, Mars’ atmosphere has less than 1% of the density of the Earth at ground level. However, in the upper atmosphere where meteoroids strike, the densities of Earth and Mars are more or less the same. Due to the same air pressure at altitudes for creating meteors, the effects remain similar. Just the slower meteoroids’ motion because of increased distance from the sun should decrease the brightness of the meteor marginally. This is balanced by the fact that the slower descent means that Mars’ meteors will have enough time to ablate.