From the beautiful house
Between a “ring of fire”; eclipse, a sudden comet, and a rare blue moon, this year is full of amazing celestial events. This week you’ll have another reason to look up into the sky as the Taurid meteor shower can carry fireballs, which is an astronomical term for truly bright meteors.
What are Taurids?
Divided into the Northern Taurids and the Southern Taurids, the Taurids were created by a stream of debris left by Comet Encke into Earth’s atmosphere, according to Space.com. The Taurid fragment lines contain larger meteors than the others and they possess a lot of energy. So while they don’t have many meteors (also known as meteors), the North and South Taurid meteor showers have a high rate of fireballs.
When is the top of the Taurids?
The Taurids begin appearing in the night sky in late October, and they will continue to light the sky until November 27, Space.com reported. Usually, they peak between November 5 and November 12.
What is the best way to see Taurids?
You’ll be able to see the Taurids from late night until dawn, according to EarthSky. In particular, the main time to watch them is after midnight. As with most astronomical events, the best way to catch Taurids is when it’s clear and places a position away from light pollution. But since fireballs are so bright, you can still see them even if you can’t stay away from the city lights.
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