This month there is plenty to spot in the night skies over the UK, if it’s a clear night.
The Orionid meteor shower peaks this month on Merseyside and this is when you can see it.
The most spectacular meteor shower of the year will peak this week on Merseyside.
The shower occurs as the earth passes through dust left behind from Halley’s comet, which results in around 30 meteors per hour.
The Geminid meteor shower is one of the finest meteors showers visible, the meteors are that often and bright they are said to rival the August Perseids.
The Leonid Meteor shower will peak this weekend as 10-15 meteors could be visible.
The Orionids meteor shower will take place will peak on 20-23rd October with up to 25 meteors every hour visible if skies are clear.
A meteor shower that has been named as one of the most specular showers in recorded history, is due to peak over Merseyside this weekend.
If you missed the Perseid meteor shower last night, then don’t worry there will be another chance to view the stunning shower tonight, if skies stay clear.
The spectacular meteor shower will reach its peak on the 12th & 13th August when up to 80 meteors an hour can be spotted.