Do you want to see a breathtaking display of meteors showering Thailand night sky? Stay up Monday night to see “Eta Aquarid,” a meteor shower that occurs from roughly late April to mid-May and offers a long stretch of spectacular “shooting stars” that even a casual observer can spot in the night sky.
Thai scientists encourage people to witness during the early hours of Tuesday morning the annual meteor shower, INN reported.
“Eta Aquarid” are meteors associated with Halley’s Comet.
According to Thai scientists, sky watchers could expect to catch a sight of 40 meteors between the hours of 2 am and dawn on Tuesday 7th May.
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