Currently Visible
14th Dec 2018

Geminids peak
Meteors are best viewed during the night hours, though meteors enter the atmosphere at any time of the day. They are just harder to see in the daylight apart from dawn and dusk. Any nearby ambient light,Moon light can make it difficult viewing . Meteor showers are best viewed away from the city lights.
Meteor Show List
Quadrantids (Dec 30-Jan 12) Peaks: Jan 4th ZHR:120
Lyrids (Apr 18-Apr 25) Peaks: Apr 22nd ZHR:18
Eta Aquariids (Apr 24-May 19) Peaks: May 7th ZHR:40
Delta Aquariids (Jul 21-Aug 23) Peaks: Jul 28th ZHR:16
Perseids (Jul 13-Aug 26) Peaks: Aug 12th ZHR:100
Orionids (Aug 25-Nov 19) Peaks: Oct 22nd ZHR:15
Leonids (Nov 05-Dec 03) Peaks: Nov 18th ZHR:15
Geminids (Nov 30-Dec 17) Peaks: Dec 13th ZHR:120
Ursids (Dec 17-Dec 24) Peaks: Dec 22nd ZHR:10
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