Perseid meteor shower appears as though nature’s firecrackers, so remember to get a brief look at the celestial marvel today around evening time. Here’s when and how to watch it.
The Perseid meteor shower is the most brilliant and most well known meteor showers of the year. It will be obvious at its top from Tuesday night to Wednesday, so make arrangements to keep awake until late today around evening time to observe this heavenly marvel.
It was as of late snapped in a video by NASA’s All-Sky Fireball Network that resembled firecrackers.
This isn’t the first for Perseid meteor shower to set up a show at the night sky. It comes each year between July 17 and August 24, however this time it is matching with the last quarter of the moon stage, which will decrease the perceivability of meteors from more than 60 every hour down to 15-20 every hour. You can in any case watch the Perseid meteor shower as they are very brilliant and the best in the year.
Step by step instructions to watch Perseid meteor shower
“The Perseids are best viewed in the Northern Hemisphere during the pre-dawn hours, though at times it is possible to view meteors from this shower as early as 10 pm,” notes NASA.
It will be visible late around evening time in India at around 2 am to 5:30 am.
You can likewise get the live stream of the meteor shower on NASA Meteor Watch Facebook page that will be communicated until dawn in Alabama on August 12.
On the off chance that it’s not overcast, pick a watching spot away from splendid lights, lay on your back, and query. What’s more, the best part is, you don’t have to have any exceptional gear to see the Perseids – simply your eyes.
It ought to be noticed that telescopes or binoculars are not suggested due to their little fields of view. Meteors can for the most part be seen everywhere throughout the sky, so don’t stress over glancing in a specific area.