How often you just stare and admire the beauty of the tranquil, dark night sky? Not very often? Me too, for even though its peaceful and healing yet where to get time for it? However, July of this year can be termed as lucky if sky-watching statics be considered. For from total solar eclipse to spectacular view of Saturn, July succeeded at turning people’s eye towards the sky umpteen times! However, before the month ends it is promising one last Look Up moment to us all. Meteor showers that are destined to take place on Monday night will take your breath away!
Meteor showers are coming your way!
Monday night will be like rain of shower on the barren 3 months desert of our calendar. However, the meteor shower that is coming our way is a package deal one. Yeah, you guessed it right 29th of July will bring withself not one but 2 meteor showers to behold.
— Terry Virts (@AstroTerry) July 28, 2019
This is the first time ever-since Eta Aquarids, which occurred in the early May that meteors are coming down from heaven. Are you ready to witness the sky light-up as meteors make their way through it? As reported by various sources, as long as clouds don’t interfere a combination of 20 to 25 meteors will be visible on per hour basis.
Not one, but two meteor showers will peak on the night of Monday, July 29, into the early morning hours of Tuesday, July 30. A combination of 20 to 25 meteors will be visible per hour, as long as clouds do not interfere with viewing conditions: https://t.co/nVh2jVEVYG pic.twitter.com/agGT26vfko
— AccuWeather (@accuweather) July 29, 2019
Be prepared: Know the weather condition of your area!
Skygazers will pour out on streets and adorn their balconies in eastern United States on Monday night. All hoping for a cloud-free condition to witness the magical phenomenon. Certain reports state that central and western US have high probability of clear-viewing conditions.
— AccuWeatherAstronomy (@AccuAstronomy) July 28, 2019
However, if you are a resident of Boston, Atlanta or Philadelphia than you might not be so lucky.
No, the weather might be fine however, light pollution may cause a hindrance, you know what I mean! Residents of certain parts of Arizona and New Mexico might lose the opportunity because of rain and thunderstorms.
— FOX31 Denver KDVR (@KDVR) July 29, 2019
However, who knows, maybe God will clear the sky for you as-well. Keep your hopes up fellow-mates!
— FOX6 News (@fox6now) July 29, 2019
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