The Leonid meter shower will be most clearly visible between midnight and morning on November 17 and November 18.
File photo of Leonid Meter shower (Photo credit: SolarSystem.NASA.gov)
The best time to watch a Leonid meter shower is between midnight and the morning break between November 17th and November 18th. Because the Leonid Meter Shower Meter will be more visible in North Godhar, it will also be visible to the naked eye in India.
Leonid is called Bunsapa – due to its origins. Leonid Meteor Shower is holding its annual presentation from November 6 to November 30 this year. Leonidas is believed to have originated from the comet Temple-Tuttle, which took 33 years to complete a revolution around the sun.
The Leonid Meter Shower will be available across India during peak hours on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. During the peak of the Leonid meter shower, about 10-15 meat will be seen every hour. Print reported. Although such weather showers are best seen in less polluted conditions, cloudless and moonless lights are also better able to see.
A weather shower occurs when the cosmic debris, the remnants of most comets, passes through the earth as it completes its journey around the sun. These meteors are the result of a trail of rocks and ice left behind by a large part of what we know as comets.
Leonid meter showers include ‘fireballs’ that can last longer than seven meters. According to a CNN report. Most meteor showers take the names of the stars from which they originate. Because what we are about to testify to is that Leo is believed to have come from the planet Tarsha, a group of stars that make up a lion’s mane, called Leonids.