The double meteor shower will illuminate the sky tonight


Skywatchers can catch two different meteor rain which will be a peak at the beginning of Tuesday night till Tuesday. If weather conditions are allowed, and depending on their location, then people can see about 25 meters of the meteorite meteor shower, southern delta Aquariides, and alpha mac rides per hour, which illuminate the night sky.

According to the American Meteor Society (AMS), both rain showers are active since early or mid-July. Since a new moon arrives in the next few days, these meteor showers will not have to compete with so many natural light pollution, which can create optimal conditions to become witness to celestial debris, which is actually a dust-filled track. , which is flying over the earth.

If you remember the rainfall of the meteorites from Monday to Tuesday, then the annual paradise meteorite will come next month. However, this year, on August 13, two days before Purnima will be held in Perseus, which will limit their visibility.

What is alpha mac rides (CAP)?

According to AIIMS, this rain from July 3 to August 11 is not very strong and rarely produces more than five meteors per hour. Its most notable feature is the number of bright fireballs produced during the duration of its activity. The shower looks equally good on both sides of the equator, said AIIMS.

What are the Aquariums of Southern Delta (SDA)?

Delta Aquariids are active from July 12 to August 23. According to AMS, they look better in the southern hemisphere and in the southern latitude of the Northern Hemisphere. These are usually weak meteorites which consist of frequent trains and fireballs. NASA said that in a meteor shower, there could be approximately 20 meteors per hour, and each passes at a speed of approximately 25 miles per second.

When is the best time to view meteor showers?

The US on the American coast AccuWeather says and away from the light of the big city, they should be able to see the stars shooting. The best moments to see are expected after midnight, local time and before dawn.

NASA recommends preparing with a sleeping bag, blanket or garden chair. You should lie on your back and see, falling as much as possible in the night sky.