The Eta Aquarid Meteor  Peaking Now

Shower Of 2022 Is

Early Risers Can Catch

As many as 30 meteors an hour, weather permitting, during an overnight shower peaking Friday (May 6).

The Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower

Which originates from Halley's Comet (1P/Halley) and is visible in the southern constellation Aquarius, will be best visible around 3 a.m. local time

While The Meteor Shower Is Most

Visible from the Southern Hemisphere or close to the equator, Northern Hemisphere residents should keep an eye out,

Cooke Said In A NASA Post

"It will be interesting to see if the rates are low this year, or if we will get a spike in numbers before next year's forecast outburst," 

If You're Hoping

To capture photos of Eta Aquarid meteors, our guide on how to photograph meteor showers can help

There Is Always Some Uncertainty

In predicting meteors as they arise from a stream of debris left behind by some celestial object, usually a comet

Fireball 10x Brighter Than  Mississippi

The Moon Streaks Over