Halley’s Comet Debris Will Cause A Meteor Shower Tonight
Debris from Halley's Comet will show of some pretty awesome meteors tonight according to SPACE.COM. Hopefully our weather will hold out so you will be able to see them on the overnight
"You can watch the meteor shower webcasts on Space.com. Scientists at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center say up to 30 meteors per hour may be visible to observers in the Northern Hemisphere, with 60 meteors an hour possible in the Southern Hemisphere. For northern observers, the Eta Aquarids will appear to radiate out of the constellation Aquarius in the eastern sky. But a dark night sky away from city lights is vital to get the best view." - originally published at Space.com here
NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center says up to 30 meteors per hour may be visible to all of us here in the Northern Hemisphere!
Grab your favorite pair of binoculars or a telescope and have some fun on the overnight!