The star showers It is a show like no other, seeing how the sky lights up at night is a real show that you must witness at least once in your life and get ready because we have great news for you.
Meteor shower caused by Halley’s Comet, we tell you how to see it in North Carolina!
The next Tuesday 4 and Wednesday 5 May 2021, the sky will light up with an impressive meteor shower, which come from the remains left by the Halley comet in its wake.
Let us remember that every year in the month of May, the sky is illuminated by the Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower, which are visible between April 21 and May 20, but May 4 and 5 are the days that are most visible.
The intensity of these stars increases when it is located at the South Pole, but still they can be seen with great luminosity that couple of days.
How will you be able to observe the spectacle of the Eta Aquarids?
On the other hand, Eta Aquarids are considered the Meteor Shower more intense in the spring, as you will see up to 60 meteors per hour and if you live in North Carolina, we will tell you how to appreciate this beautiful phenomenon.
To be able to observe this spectacle, it is enough with look at the constellation Aquarius and fix your sight carefully.
An app can help you find the Constellation of Aquarius
On the other hand, if you have a telescope it will be very helpful, as you will better appreciate this meteor shower left by Halley’s Comet.
What are the Eta Aquarids of Halley’s Comet?
The Eta Aquarids They are stars that are located in the quadrant from which the celestial fireballs seem to come from, close to the star Eta in the constellation Aquarius.
The Eta Aquarids come from Halley comet, a large and bright celestial body that orbits the Sun and takes 76 years to circle the sun king.
By the way, the next time the Comet Halley passes the Earth’s side will be in 2061, so you should take the opportunity to see this beautiful show in the sky.