A view of the Eta Aquariid Meteor Shower radiant, visible tomorrow morning around 4:45am in the southeastern sky.
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The Eta Aquariid Meteor Shower peaks tomorrow morning. This is a moderate meteor shower that produces about 10 – 30 meteors per hour for northern hemisphere observers. Your best bet will be to observe during predawn hours looking east southeast. The radiant for this meteor shower, in the constellation Aquarius, can be found rising in the southeast by 4:45 am.