2018's forecast is looking good: Predicted to peak between 4 p.m. EDT August 12 and 4 a.m. EDT August 13, eager skygazers should enjoy warm temperatures and a Moonless sky, with an estimated 80-90 meteors per hour appearing for those at dark sites.
This year's shower lasts from July 14 to August 24, but it reaches its peak from 4 p.m. ET on August 12 through 4 a.m. ET on August 13, according to NASA JPL.
This year it will be even more special - the moon won't be spoiling the view.
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The Virtual Telescope Project will be streaming a view of the Perseid meteor shower on Sunday from the Castel Santa Maria in Italy's Perugia province, where the community is restoring the 16th-century church that has been damaged by several earthquakes.
Since the Perseids always show up in August, they often coincide with warm summer nights - ideal weather for viewing if you can avoid rain or clouds and get to a dark spot. However, this year there will be a New Moon the night before the meteor shower peaks, making an appearance just after sunset as a thin crescent, according to The Weather Network.
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Greater numbers of meteors are visible when the radiant is high. It is important to note that the constellation for which a meteor shower is named is not the source of the meteors, it is simply in the same direction. That's when the peak will start to build as Earth drifts through the most dense part of a cloud of cosmic debris left behind by Comet Swift-Tuttle, which passes by our planet and the sun once every 133 years. One key tip is to try to get away from city lights. The longer you're outside in the dark, the better your vision of the meteors will be.
It takes 20 minutes pretty much for your eyes to adjust to the dark and then you'll say oh there's more of them now. No. These meteors will strike the atmosphere at around 60 km/sec and cause long streaks which completely vaporize. Observers in mid-northern latitudes will have the best views. Our advice? Bring a rug, a flask of tea (or, you know, whiskey - pick your poison) and some insect repellent, and get gazing.
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