Keep an eye on the sky. Two beautiful meat showers – North Tordis and Leonidas – for the next two weeks the sky will rise and stars will shoot across the night sky.
Here’s a look at these November meteor showers, the best time to see them, and how active they will be.
North Torrid Meter Shower
when: The North Torrid Meter Shower came out in late October and will continue every night through December 10, according to the American Meter Society. The peak time is from Wednesday, November 11th, 12:00 pm through Thursday, November 12th, 12:00 pm, when the moon is about 15% full.
How active: This measuring shower normally only produces five to 10 falling stars per hour in the darkest places. But astronomers say the shower is important because it produces shiny fireballs. Hence, it is important to look at its properties rather than its quantity.
Useful information: The torrids took its name from the star Taurus
Leonid meter shower
when: Annual Leonid measuring shower Appears on November 6th and lasts until November 30th. The main season lasts from Monday, November 16 through Tuesday, November 17, when the moon is only 5% full.
How active: This meter shower normally produces 15 meters per hour.
Useful information: “The shower is called Leonidas because it lights up in Lao Jish or is visible in the sky,” he says. Time and date point.
Tips to see the meter of rain
- If you want to see a shooting star, experts say you should find a dark place – as much as possible of street lights and bright city lights. Try going to a park or open field with a good view of the sky.
- You don’t need any special equipment like binoculars or binoculars. Astronomers say you only need one set of your eyes, but you should give them 20 minutes to adjust to the darkness before looking for gauges that shoot into the sky.
- Having a blanket or a seated garden chair allows you to sleep and look straight up at the night sky. Experts say it is better to look at the whole sky, not just the point of the weather shower.
- If the moon gives a lot of light, either wait for the moon to sink into the sky or look as far away from the moonlight as possible.
- Experts say the best time to look for rain is usually between midnight and early morning. This is the time when the meter rain reaches its peak and produces the highest number of shooting stars per hour.
Note: Some of the information in this report was originally posted on NJ.com on October 18, 2020.
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