When it’s still dark in which you’re, you’ve got a chance to step out and grab one of spring’s best skygazing events: the Eta Aquarid meteor shower, that stems in the debris trail of this celebrated Halley’s comet. The Aquarids will summit before sunrise Wednesday but also needs to be remarkable Thursday, based on EarthSky.org.

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From the Northern Hemisphere, Eta Aquarid meteors frequently look as”earthgrazers” — extended meteors that seem to skim the surface of the planet in the horizon. Watchers can anticipate about 10 meteors an hour at its peak. If you are a meteor shower newbie, give yourself an hour of watching time, states EarthSky. Try out a lawn chair!