Don't miss the most spectacular meteor shower to grace the skies this year: the Perseid meteor shower. On the night of Aug. 12 to 13, around 60 to 70 meteors will be streaking across the sky for people to enjoy.
Eta aquarids meteor shower from Halley's comet will be visible from next week. There might be a total of 30 meteors per hour during the peak.
Get up early to catch a glimpse of the exceptionally bright Eta Aquarids on May 6.
After the New Year celebrations, stargazers can watch another firework in a form of a meteor shower. The latest shower that will peak on Jan. 3 comes from shattered comet from a non-existent constellation.
The January sky will be enhanced by an orchestrated celestial show featuring Venus, Quadrantids meteor shower, Vesta asteroid, and the crescent moon.
Two eye-watering spectacles will battle it out for attention this week as the final supermoon and the year and the peak of the much awaited Geminid meteor shower will try to outshine each other.
Excited to see the peak of the upcoming Geminid meteor shower? Do not get your hopes up just yet as the December supermoon might interfere with it as the two celestial events will happen exactly at the same time.
"The meteors tend to be particularly bright, prolific, and reliable, and they can leave long persistent trails through the night sky."
A Japanese startup will create the first artificial meteor shower via a micro-satellite for the purposes of entertainment and scientific research.
Right after the supermoon showed its might, the Leonids meteor shower will lit up November skies.
Taurids might not have a lot of shooting stars to offer, but they are famous for their bright, long-lasting showers.
Planets, moons and meteor showers will grace the night skies this November. Here’s a guide to astronomical events this month.
Rumors about the 15 days of darkness this November are spreading. However, experts say these are just rumors and that there are more realistic celestial extravaganza in the coming months.
The Orionids meteor shower will peak on Oct. 20 to Oct. 21 with 15 to 20 meteors per hour.