Tag: Northern Hemisphere

Lyrid Meteor Shower 2017

Lyrid Meteor Shower 2017

Lyrid Meteor Shower Live in 2017 Lyrid Meteor Shower 2017 is active between April 16 and April 25 yearly and it tends to peak around April 22 or April 23. The Lyrids were created by the debris from a comet named Thatcher,

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2016 Geminids meteor shower

2016 Geminids meteor shower

2016 Geminids meteor shower The Geminids will peak between December 13 and 14 with conditions being less than fair with larger amounts of LP (light pollution) due to a Full Moon. The Geminids can be observed annually between December 4 and December 17,

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Perseid Meteor Shower in 2016

Perseid Meteor Shower in 2016

Perseid meteor shower in 2016 will peak between August 12th and 13th. The Perseids are named after the constellation Perseus and are made of space debris from comet Swift-Tuttle. The Perseids can be found in the north-eastern part of the

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Lyrid Meteor Shower Live in 2016

Lyrid Meteor Shower

Lyrid Meteor Shower Live in 2016 Lyrid Meteor Shower is active between April 16 and April 25 yearly and it tends to peak around April 22 or April 23. The Lyrids were created by the debris from a comet named Thatcher, this

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2015 Geminids meteor shower

2016 Geminids meteor shower

2015 Geminids meteor shower The Geminids will peak between December 13 and 14 with conditions being good with little LP (light pollution) due to a waxing crescent Moon. Viewers in the Northern Hemisphere (Orange County) should try to view the shower right after sunset. The Geminids can

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