Here’s when you can see the international space station above Merseyside
The Perseid shower peaks from 11th-14th August when up to 100 meteors an hour can be spotted.
The most spectacular meteor shower of the year will peak this week on Merseyside.
Tonight will see one of the longest lunar eclipses in over a century.
This Friday will see one of the longest lunar eclipses in over a century.
Mars will approach earth in the closest pass in 15 years this month.
This July will see one of the longest lunar eclipses in over a century.
This month there is plenty to spot in the night skies over Merseyside if it’s a clear night.
The flower moon will rise over Merseyside tonight, marking the sixth full moon of the year.
The shower occurs as the earth passes through dust left behind from Halley’s comet, which results in around 30 meteors per hour.