Today you can notice the apogee of the lite rain, and even every 2 minutes the shooting stars are visible. Check when and where to observe the sky during the show.
The universe is amazing From time to time it provides an opportunity to see extraordinary scenes from the perspective of ordinary people on our planet. So tonight will be The rain of fallen stars called Lirti is visible in the Polish sky.
What is litris, where does the rain of falling stars come from
Rain of falling stars A part of the tail arises when flying nearby Comets interact with the Earth’s atmosphereAs a result of this contact the small meteorites inside it begin to burn. In this case, we are dealing with the so-called Liridomy, Visible in the spring, got their unique name from the fact that they are best seen in the area Of the constellation Lyra Or other வீணை விண்மீன்.
Although the meteor shower that occurs in August each year is very popular (often called the Tears of St. Lawrence), The April show is no less exciting.
When to watch the meteor shower
Contrary to appearances, this unique scene can also continue A few days, This year will start on April 15th and end on April 26th. Anyway, that’s when to watch the show The number of meteorites is enormousThus the scene is very enjoyable. Since this year it will still be today The night of April 21-22 falls the liturgy apogeeThe stars also fall, Every 2 minutes.
You can already observe the sky and shoot the stars already In the evening (At 9pm), the best effects are visible in the second half of the night, especially April 22 in the morning, just before sunrise.
Lirity You can notice From every corner of PolandHowever, keep in mind that the best visible people are out of dense areas and away from city lights. To monitor the lit. We do not need any equipment, But do not get tired when you do not see the falling stars immediately It will take a few minutes to accommodate our eyes.
OK Tonight will be special And can provide a great opportunity for both Astronomical observationsAs well as romantic moments in the company of a loved one. We wish you a successful show.
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