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This is not one of those If-It-Sounds-Too-Good-To-Be-True-It-Probably-Is gimics. To relieve yourself of discomforts from looking downward for answers, messages and news, all you have to do is to step outside at night, find a place with the least amount of man-made lighting, the darkest place available to you, and look upward.
From July 28th to the 29th the Delta Aquarids Meteor Shower will put on a show. Not overly dazzling or huge. On the meteor shower scale, The Delta Aquarids (DA) is about a 5 in how many meteors per hour it sends off. At its peak we're talking 20 meteors an hour.
The DA's shower is produced by debris left behind by comets....
The DA shower happens annually from July 12 to August 23 so it's been going on for a couple weeks and has a few more to
go. But it peaks on the night of July 28 and morning of July 29, the latter I will accept as a birthday present to myself, thank you. Happy Birthday To Me!! The full moon will block out all but the brightest meteors from the DA this year, but if you're patient you should still be able to catch a few good ones. Best viewing will be from a dark location after midnight. Meteors will radiate from the constellation Aquarius, but can appear anywhere in the sky.
The Perseid shower happens as the Earth moves through the stream of debris left behind by Comet Swift-Tuttle. Meteors will radiate from the constellation Perseus, but can appear anywhere in the sky. The shower runs annually from July 17 to August 24 and this year it will peak on the night of August 12 and morning of August 13. The moon will be a thin crescent, not nearly bright enough to mask meteors, so get ready for a splendid light show.
The 4 minute video below is time-lapsed photography of the Perseids meteor shower in the Mohave desert, California, two years ago. That's a Joshua tree in the foreground. Enjoy!
A Super Moon in 2014
watts of lighting it may be a challenge to find a dark, unlit area to watch these meteor showers, but please, be up to that challenge. You will not regret it.
Details of the events I've shared were obtained from the Sea and Sky Astronomy Reference Guide (book and online site) and the 2015 Farmer's Almanac.
A celestial map from the Netherlands showing the location of Gemini
any other spectacular celestial event?