On Friday and Saturday there could to be up to 60 meteors an hour.
The meteors originate from Eta Aquarii - one of the brightest stars in the Aquarius constellation. The streaks of light will seem to be everywhere.
'In the Northern Hemisphere, Eta Aquarid meteors can more often be seen as "earthgrazers"'.
ETA-Aquarids was famous for his swiftness.
Because of the stars' positioning in the sky (and thanks to longer nights as the Southern Hemisphere moves toward the June Solstice), stargazers near the equator will see the most spectacular show.
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The latest meteor shower is about to peak. All the meteors Tupman sighted appeared to emanate from the constellation of Aquarius.
"Later sunrise means more dark time to watch meteors".
If you're lucky, you'll see meteors darting across the night sky, burning up in the atmosphere.
For people in mid to northern latitudes, the radiant won't be very high in the sky, so you should be able to spot the meteors on the southern horizon.
For most observers, the eta Aquariids are only visible during the last couple of hours before the start of morning twilight. Lie flat on your back with your feet facing east and look up, taking in as much of the sky as possible. But any time from 1am onwards should net you a good amount of shooting stars. "Since they are on the outbound leg of their orbits, these meteors arrive mainly in daylight; thus the nighttime observation interval is short and occurs just before dawn". In 1870, while sailing in the Mediterranean Sea, Lt. Col. G.L. Tupman sighted 15 meteors on the morning of April 30, and another 13 a few mornings later.
So get your deck chairs and picnic blankets ready, and make sure you can sleep in on Sunday morning - because this is gonna be a late one.