The Perseids – one of the most anticipated meteor showers – are roaming the night sky again.
The meteor shower began on July 14th and will continue until September 1st, according to American Meteorological Society. It is expected to peak in mid-August, more specifically on August 12 or August 13, and the supply will not be hindered by . It is considered “Best meteor shower In a year “according to NASA, about 50 to 100 meteors can be seen per hour under ideal conditions.
The Perseids have also been known to create fireballs, which are larger explosions of light and color that can last longer than the average meteor streak, NASA says.
What are the epididymis?
Perseids are particles released from a cometwhich was discovered in 1862 by Louis Swift and Horace Tuttle. It orbits the sun once every 133 years, and last passed through the inner solar system in 1992.
The American Meteorological Society said the meteor shower’s radiance—the region of the sky from which meteors appear to have originated—is located near the constellation Perseus, and named it the Perseids.
How to watch Perseids
The meteors are best seen from the Northern Hemisphere during the pre-dawn hours, according to NASA. an agency recommend Find a place with a clear view of the sky and away from bright lights.
NASA suggests lying on your back, allowing your eyes to adjust to the dark and away from your phone.
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