Eta Aquarids Meteor Shower

This shower is composed of dusty remnants of the famed Halley’s Comet. The long-running shower is visible from April 19th until May 28, but peaks overnight on May 5th with up to 60 sightings per hour. The waning gibbous Moon (the Moon’s phase after a full Moon) will make it hard for observers to see the shower. Astronomers suggest watching the shower before dawn. Though the meteors can appear anywhere in the sky, it will appear that they are coming from the Aquarius constellation.

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