Metor Shower Tonight
August 13, 2010 by staff
Metor Shower Tonight, Metor shower tonight will be at best according to NASA officials. However cloudy atmosphere in parts of the United States is an obstacle to the spectacular view. NASA has predicted that there will be about 80 meteors per hour and the best time to see the light show is from 11:00 pm to 5:00 am for the sky would be dark during those hours. Those in the mountainous region may have more than 100 meteors per hour. People in the northern hemisphere will have a better view of the shooting star. Last year the meteor show was even better with about 200 meteors per hour.
A viewing guide is available on the NASA Web site to help viewers at home. Metor shower tonight called Perseids because the stars will point back to the constellation Perseus. Scientists have warned people to look up in the sky and the constellation to avoid any radiation affects.
Metor shower tonight is attributed to the comet named Swift-Tuttle. It takes 133 years for the comet to orbit the sun. concert tonight will be better visibility, as it is happening at a time when the moon is not so bright. The lights dim meteors will also be visible in the absence of moonlight. No special equipment is needed to see the light show. dark and less polluted sites offer a better view.
Those who do not leave free time in the morning of Friday, still have the chance to see the show on Saturday morning.
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