‘Dragon’s fireballs’ will light up the sky! The eagerly awaited day has arrived: the Draconid meteor shower begins
The day that space watchers have been eagerly waiting for has arrived. The sky will be illuminated today by the Draconid meteor shower that will last for days. Those who can catch the right conditions will have the opportunity to see the fireballs of the ‘dragon’.
Draconid meteor shower, also known as “Giacobinid”, which has been silent for a long time, will create a visual feast in the sky again.
SUNDAY WILL PEAK
The Draconid meteor shower will peak on October 9 and will offer the chance to see fireballs emanating from the dragon of the constellation Draco.
FULL MOON OBSTACLE
However, because the meteor shower coincides with the full moon, there are no ideal conditions to watch the meteor shower. However, it will be possible to see at twilight before the full moon rises.
Although it is the Northern Hemisphere, it will also be visible from the Southern Hemisphere. The meteor shower will continue until October 10.