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Perseids 2021: how and when to see the meteor shower | Digital Trends Spanish

Meteor showers are one of the most attractive astronomical phenomena that can be followed without the need for advanced equipment. Those who live in the Northern Hemisphere will have a unique opportunity during August, provided they know how and when to see the Perseid rain. You will be interested in: Although the Perseid rain will last between July 17 and August 24, 2021, its greatest intensity will be recorded between August 11 and 13, according to NASA estimates. What is the Perseid rain According to NASA, those who live in the Northern Hemisphere will have the ability to see up to 40 stars per hour. The phenomenon will have its greatest intensity between August 11 and 13. UnplashAlso known as tears of Saint Lawrence, the phenomenon gets its name because most meteorites appear near...
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They promise to be spectacular: how and where to see the Perseids | Digital Trends Spanish

During the year you can see many showers of stars in the Northern Hemisphere, but there are few that can be seen as clearly as the Perseids, thanks to the intensity of the stellar event itself and the clear summer skies. This shower of stars, also known as tears of Saint Lawrence, occurs when the fragments of dust, ice and rocks left by Comet Swift-Tuttle, when passing near the Sun, fall on our planet, disintegrating when they come into contact with the atmosphere. This year, the Perseids promise spectacularity, much more than the Delta Aquarids offered in July that coincided with a fully illuminated Moon. This clearly made observation difficult. But the same will not happen on the nights of Tuesday, August 11 to Thursday, August 13, 2020, when the phenomenon reaches its peak, bec...
cómo ver, dónde ver, Espacio, lluvia de estrellas, Noticias, Perseidas

They promise to be spectacular: how and where to see the Perseids | Digital Trends Spanish

During the year you can see many showers of stars in the Northern Hemisphere, but there are few that can be seen as clearly as the Perseids, thanks to the intensity of the stellar event itself and the clear summer skies. This shower of stars, also known as tears of Saint Lawrence, occurs when the fragments of dust, ice and rocks left by Comet Swift-Tuttle, when passing near the Sun, fall on our planet, disintegrating when they come into contact with the atmosphere. This year, the Perseids promise spectacularity, much more than the Delta Aquarids offered in July that coincided with a fully illuminated Moon. This clearly made observation difficult. But the same will not happen on the nights of Tuesday, August 11 to Thursday, August 13, 2020, when the phenomenon reaches its peak, bec...