Things you should need to know about Delta Aquariid meteor shower 2021

In 2021 the Delta Aquariids meteor shower is active from 13 July to 24 August, with the peak of the meteor shower occurring on 30 July. The Delta Aquariids begin from the constellation of Aquarius, which is close to the star Skat, the third brightest star in the constellation. When to see the Delta Aquariid… Continue reading Things you should need to know about Delta Aquariid meteor shower 2021

Lyrid meteor shower 2021: Best time to see Lyrids in Australia

Australian stargazers should be up early on Friday morning to get a brief look at one of the significant astronomy events of the year. The Lyrid meteor shower isn’t pretty much as active as some of the bigger sky-viewing opportunities, for example, the Geminid meteor shower in December or the Perseids meteor shower in August,… Continue reading Lyrid meteor shower 2021: Best time to see Lyrids in Australia

Orionid Meteor Shower 2020: Things to know about Orionids shooting stars

The Orionid meteor shower, related to Halley’s Comet, is happening this month – yet today around evening time will be the best night to see it. The Orionids 2020 is because of a peak on the evening of October 20-October 21 with an expected 15 meteors or shooting stars for each hour to feast your… Continue reading Orionid Meteor Shower 2020: Things to know about Orionids shooting stars

Perseid meteor shower 2020: Know everything about Perseids

The annual Perseid meteor shower, one of the most attractive and brightest meteor showers of the year, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere, will be noticeable at its peak from Tuesday night to Wednesday. The Perseids are truly outstanding, brightest batches of shooting stars. When is the Perseid meteor shower? The Perseid meteor shower happens every… Continue reading Perseid meteor shower 2020: Know everything about Perseids

Eta Aquariids meteor shower: What is it? How and where to watch it?

This season is referred to by astrology enthusiasts as the best time to watch out for the Eta Aquariids meteor shower. The Halley’s Comet – which last zipped by the earth in 1986 and will next show up in 2062 – is the source of the meteor shower. This year sees more clear skies and… Continue reading Eta Aquariids meteor shower: What is it? How and where to watch it?

Lyrids 2020: What is the Lyrid meteor shower? How to watch it online?

The Lyrid meteor shower peaks every year towards the end of April, dispersing a handful of bright meteors over the skies. The Lyrids 2020 will peak on the night of Tuesday, April 21, through to the morning of Wednesday, April 22. This year, the Lyrids will show up during the coronavirus lockdown, which means most… Continue reading Lyrids 2020: What is the Lyrid meteor shower? How to watch it online?