A new Moon on the night of May 6 ensures dark skies for the Eta Aquarids, which is composed of the remnants of the famous Comet Halley. In the Northern Hemisphere, we'll be treated to 30+ meteors/hour, so it should make for a great show. We'll also take some time to explore the constellations and learn a little about the Greek, Roman, and Egyptian mythology behind them.
Eta Aquarids Meteor Shower
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~ 4 hours
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