Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower Returns for Viewing

Stream of debris from Halley's Comet will peak in the early morning hours of May 6.
0:33 | 05/05/14

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It's not quite haley's comet but it is as close as you can get for a long time early tomorrow morning stargazers will have a good look at the debris and the cosmic dust. Stirred up by the famous comet as it -- the Earth's orbit under ideal conditions and dark moonless cloudless sky. You can expect to see up to sixty meteors an hour and if you prefer to wait for the return of haley's comet that well is not gonna happen until the summer of 2061.

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