Ryan's "Meteor Shower" Sunday Night Forecast


Ryan's "Meteor Shower" Sunday Night Forecast

The Perseids, one of the best meteor showers of the year, will peak this weekend, and depending where you are the viewing conditions could be great.

The earth is passing through the path of Comet Swift-Tuttle until August 24.

The meteors range in size from as small as a dust particle to up to a boulder. This phenomenon can be seen every year in late summer.

We will remind, earlier it was reported that in June, the Ukrainians saw a rare stargazing booted.

Stargazers who want to see the show without risking mosquito bites can also watch the meteor shower on a live stream here. The meteors left behind from those orbits specifically are directly responsible for Earth's visible meteor showers. This is because all of the meteors are approaching Earth from the same point, even though perspective may make them appear more skewed as they get closer. When many of them enter the atmosphere in a short time, you can witness a shower of meteors. A meteor shower is best seen far away from urban areas.

What is the meteor shower the Perseids? .

Geminids, next active December 4th through December 16, 2018.

A meteor streaks across the skies over the Sand Pyramids during the peak of the Perseid meteor shower in the village of Miljevina near Foca, August 12, 2018.

But the number of meteors, about one, or fewer per minute failed to dazzle in the Ramon Crater's night sky.

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