The southern Delta Aquariid's meteor shower is almost upon us, with spicy stargazers saying country WA will be a great place to watch the cloud show.
The southern Delta Aquariid shower is active from mid-July to mid-August each year.
The activity tip happens on July 30, and this night and others each side is the best time to see meteors.
The best advice for people who want to see the activity is to see the east from 22:00 on Tuesday, July 30th.
Several meteors can be visible past midnight and in the morning.
Experts say there could be as many as 15 to 20 meteors per day. hour.
What is a meteor shower?
A meteor shower occurs when the Earth goes through the trail of dirt left by a comet after it has completed its journey around the Sun.
As comets past the sun warms extreme temperatures some of the nuclei cause a trace of waste.
The waste can be as small as a sand grain and can travel 1
When this dirt hits the earth's atmosphere, it burns up and causes a bright touch of light to appear in our night sky.
When Earth goes through the trail of dirt left by a comet, there are lots of pieces that can enter the Earth's atmosphere and cause a greater number of meteors (or "shooting stars"). Thus, the name meteor shower.