Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Halley’s comet to shower its flashy lights this Wednesday-Thursday


Here comes the day the sky watchers and sky gazers await eagerly: The Halley’s comet with all its flashes and one of the world’s most incredible meteor showers.

People in the Southern Hemisphere will have the best of the show while those in the Northern Hemisphere may get a lesser show in the early mornings. However for all, the best time to see the shower is between 3 am and 5 am your local time.



Tips on how to view the best of the show: NASA suggests finding an area well away from city or street lights, prepared with a sleeping bag, blanket or chair to view the Eta Aquarids,.

Read details at Daily Mail

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