Stargazers, get ready for the fireballs in November.
The meteor shower of the northern Taurids, known for its illumination of the mountain sky with colorful fireballs, is expected to peak on late Monday evening until early Tuesday morning (November 11). 12). The moon is 100% full, which could hamper the peak viewing.
Regardless of the moonlight, it will still be a spectacular show as both the northern and southern Taurids adorn the sky this month.
It will be an exciting evening for sky watchers and meteors. Monday night is your chance to witness a rare astronomical event as Mercury dances as a tiny black dot on the face of the sun. Please note that adequate sun protection and adequate eye enlargement are required to view the transit.
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