SMALL OBJECTS ARE SUBMITTING AND CHECK OUR VIEW IN THE NIGHT SKY as they fly in orbit around the Sun. Whether it’s a full moon or a meteor shower or just the best night to see Mars, we’re here to turn your eyes to the sky and tell you to seek out and appreciate the wonders of space from Earth.
This week we ask you to admire the beauty of the Perseid meteor shower, which reaches its peak this week and is guaranteed to perform with the best summer light show.
Every year, the Persians operate from mid-July to the end of August and usually reach mid-August, producing up to 100 meteors per hour. This year, the Perseid meteor shower will reach a peak:
WHAT IS A METEOR OVEN?
Meteorite showers are broken fragments falling from comets and asteroids. As these rocky bodies of gases, dust, and icy materials, possibly dated to the formation of the solar system, approach the Sun, the strong gravitational force of the star can weaken them as they approach.
Dust emanating from comets forms in the path around their orbits, and the Earth passes through these paths in orbit around the Sun each year. Basically, some of this dust interacts with the Earth’s atmosphere and breaks down, forming fiery streaks that we observe in the sky and call it meteor showers.
Where do people come from?
– The Perseid meteor shower is believed to have been caused by the Comet Swift-Tuttle, a large periodic comet that orbits the Sun every 133 years. It is the largest known object that has repeatedly crossed the Earth’s orbit and its core extends 16 miles.
The last time the Swift-Tuttle comet flew to Earth was in 1992.
However, the Earth passes every year through the traces of dust and debris left by the comet that creates the Perseid meteor shower.
Persians are famous for appearing as fireballs or with large interruptions of light and color that linger in the sky longer than a normal meteor shower. Firebombs come from larger comet fragments and therefore appear brighter.
That’s why the Perseid meteor shower is considered the best meteor shower of the year – and comes from NASA at fast speeds of 37 miles per second at 37 mph and about 50 to 100 bright meteorites per hour in the night sky.
Perseid is best seen in the northern hemisphere and mid-latitude hours before sunrise, although in some rains the sky may begin to illuminate as early as. The best bets in the UEFA Europa League:
If you live in a busy city like New York, it is best to climb as high as possible to reduce light pollution.
You could try to see Perseid from the balcony or roof.
You also want to block light from the screens of electronic devices or flashlights and allow your eyes to get used to the darkness for about 30 minutes before looking up.