In the Northern hemisphere this is an average shower producing up to 30 meteors/hr at the peak. This shower caused by debris left from Comet Halley runs from April 19 - May 28 each year. This year the new moon may allow an excellent show for the peak night of May 6-7. The meteors will radiate from the constellation Aquarius.
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Earlier Event: April 23Night Sky observation at BioBlitz with NWA Master Naturalists
Later Event: May 9Transit of Mercury