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That means that there’s a better chance of catching the show this year.
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This is the location from which the meteors seem to originate, called the radiant. To sum up your best technique for catching the Perseids? The Perseid shower actually runs from July 13 to Aug. 26 as Earth enters the debris left over from Comet Swift-Tuttle (its debris is what streaks through the atmosphere giving us the Perseids). “Unless you’re the flash, you‘re probably not going to see it in your telescope,” she says.
Why? While the showers will be visible for several days, they will peak on Aug. 11 and Aug. 12.
But this year the earth will pass closer to the centre of the comet’s debris field, meaning that roughly double the normal amount of burnups will be visible. “Anytime between 1 a.m. and twilight.”.
“If you have the time and capacity, going up to somewhere like Algonquin Park would be fantastic,” she says. The Perseid meteor shower in Ontario will reach its peak visibility for 2020 on the nights of August 11-12 and you’re not going to want to miss this galactic light show. But best bet and good bet are not the same thing,” she cautions. As the comet bits come near our atmosphere, they burn up and are visible from the earth. Again, this is important because of the moon. “Dark skies, patience and something comfortable to lie on,” Van Laerhoven says. “There is a big however, and that is the moon,” Van Laerhoven says. (AP Photo/The Wyoming Tribune Eagle, Blaine McCartney, File). You may still catch a few of the best meteors of the year. Even if you did see it in a telescope, you’d see the light better, but it’s not like you’re going to see features or anything like that particularly better with a telescope versus your naked eye.”.
Short animation of two Perseids over Java Center, NY. This is particularly important because of the moon’s presence in the sky for this year’s shower. “If you can’t get out of the city, that’s probably your best bet. TORONTO – It’s that time again.