Weather showers in the summer of 2019 include a dueling display that ends in July, and the popular meteorite stream of Perseid will only begin in two weeks.
All three people are active and the chances of finding meteors at night
The first is the Delta Aquarius and Alpha Caprioridni, the first meteor showers in May.
Both the Aquarius and the Capriorans peak on Monday evening on Tuesday morning, according to the American Meteorological Society. They are actually active since the beginning of July.
None of them is considered a strong meteor shower ̵
It is known that sometimes they produce some bright meteors, known as fiery balls. Combined, they have to produce 20 to 25 meteors per hour this year, AccuWeather predicts.
Showeres will benefit from the dark sky thanks to the near-new moon, and the conditions are now expected to be favorable to viewing the East Coast. The conditions for observation of the 2019 Southern Delta Aquarius and Alpha Carpricornids are expected to be favorable on the East Coast at the peak of the meteor shower ” data-sizes=”(min-width: 980px) 539px, (min-width: 600px) 600px, (min-width: 320px) 90vw, 480px”/> AccuWeather
The Perseid meteor shower is one of the most popular during the year , as they reach their maximum during the warm August nights. In 2019, he will reach his peak on August 12-13, but is active on July 17th.
Perseids typically produce 50 to 75 meteors per hour, says the American Meteorological Society, but this year most likely will be drowned by light from the nearly full moon.