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Rare double meteor shower to sparkle sky with 30 shooting stars per hour: Know how and when to watch

This rare celestial event is a unique opportunity for everyone to enjoy the beauty of the night sky

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Rare double meteor shower to sparkle sky with 30 shooting stars per hour: Know how and when to watch
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In the month of July, the world is eagerly awaiting a stunning celestial event. On July 30, the night sky will dazzle with a double meteor shower. Two annual meteor showers, the Alpha Capricornids and the Delta Aquarids, will peak simultaneously, creating a breathtaking display of shooting stars. 

People in the southern parts of the Northern Hemisphere will have a chance to witness the showers.

According to experts, it might be tricky to distinguish the meteors from the constellations. The meteors are expected to radiate from various celestial figures like Orion, Perseus, and Gemini, creating a fascinating mix of lights in the sky. Each shooting star will add its own unique glow to the cosmic display.

To get the best view of the meteor showers, look towards the southeast region of the sky, where the constellation Aquarius is located. If Aquarius is hard to spot, try finding constellations like Capricornus, Aquila, or Pisces, which are nearby. For the best experience, find a dark spot away from city lights.

This rare celestial event is a unique opportunity for everyone to enjoy the beauty of the night sky.

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