All you need to know: Eta Aquariid meteors | Astronomy Essentials | EarthSky

Halley’s Comet is bringing A meteor shower that will peak tonight!!!

HGRH4K An Eta Aquarid meteor exploding over pine trees on the Coconino Rim along the Arizona Trail. Kaibab National Forest, Arizona (Credit: Mike Cavaroc / Alamy Stock Photo)

Full moon will be May 7. That means there’s an exceedingly narrow window of true darkness between moonset and dawn now. Monday and/or Tuesday morning will be the peak mornings of the Eta Aquariid meteor shower. The meteors will be flying, but moonlight will interfere… Read more about this article in the link

https://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentials/everything-you-need-to-know-eta-aquarid-meteor-shower

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