Meteor showers in the summer of 2019 conclude the month of July with a duel, and the popular Perseid meteor shower sees its heyday in just two weeks.
All three showers are currently active and it is possible to observe meteors at night. The sky increases as the showers reach their peak.
Foremost among them are the Delta Aquariids and the Alpha Ibex, the first meteor showers since May According to the American Meteor Society, the peak is from Monday evening to Tuesday morning. They have actually been active since the beginning of July.
Neither is considered a strong meteor shower ̵
But they are known to occasionally produce some bright meteors known as fireballs. Combined, they should produce 20 to 25 meteors an hour this year, predicts AccuWeather.
The showers will benefit from the dark sky thanks to the almost new moon, and the conditions for observing the east coast are likely to be favorable.  The observation conditions for the South Delta Aquariides and Alpha Carpricornids in 2019 should be favorable on the east coast at the height of the meteor shower. ” data-sizes=”(min-width: 980px) 539px, (min-width: 600px) 600px, (min-width: 320px) 90vw, 480px”/> AccuWeather
The perseid meteor shower is one of the most popular of the year, as it reaches its maximum in warm August nights. It will reach its peak in the night of 12 to 13 August 2019, but it has been active since 17 July.
The Perseids usually produce 50 to 75 meteors per hour, says the American Meteor Society, but this year there will probably be many drowned by the light of the nearly full moon.