Meteor Mania at Kitt Peak in Tucson, AZ
Can you think three meteor showers all peaking at about precisely the exact same date? Though these showers don't have large Zenith Hourly Rates (ZHR) separately, taken collectively we ought to find various meteors. And we will get an chance to count meteors from three individual radiants in precisely the exact same moment. Festivities start late and extend to the wee hours of this morning to watch one of Nature's most glorious cosmic exhibits.
Find out about meteors, comets, meteor showers, and signature a real part of an asteroid. Refreshments will be supplied. Mothers and families with children 8 decades or above are invited to attend. The weather is going to be somewhat warmer this season (On the afternoon of this app, Kitt Peak will create a"weather forecast" and find out whether the program will proceed as scheduled).Observe spectacular all-natural fireworks displays in Kitt Peak National Observatory and, just perhaps, get to watch a Meteor Storm (with over 1,000 meteors per hour).
Traveling away from these bothersome city lights to see these meteor showers beneath the pristine dark sky of Kitt Peak.About November 17, visit the Leonid -- a good, consistant actress known for creating slow, glowing meteors that ordinarily leave long, amazing paths. An excellent Moon stage this day ensures a gorgeous dark night. Festivities start overdue and extend to the wee hours of this morning as we celebrate a number of Nature's most spectacular cosmic displays. Reservations required. Time: By: 10:00 PM to 3:00 AM