Delta Aquariid Meteor Shower

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Delta Aquariid Meteor Shower

The annual Delta Aquariid meteor shower should be most visible on Monday night, weather permitting. Look to the southern sky to see the shower, where you may see up to 25 meteors per hour. One note of caution: These are usually faint meteors that lack both persistent trains and fireballs, so they may be difficult to spot, the American Meteor Society said. To see a meteor shower, "Find an open sky away from artificial lights, lie down on a reclining lawn chair and look upward," recommends The Delta Aquariid meteor shower takes its name from Delta Aquarii, a star in the constellation Aquarius. The meteors fan out across the sky, but all appear to streak away from a point in central Aquarius called the radiant. Source 2o.

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