A meteor shower created by a visual scene in the sky will be barely visible on the night of August 12-13. Away from the city lights, you'll see up to 80 meteorites an hour during the night.
According to the DHA 'Star shift' Speaking of a meteor shower, also known as the Istanbul Aiden University, the director of the Center for Astronomy and Research. Dr Orhan Galba said: "Perseid meteor showers occur between July 23 and August 20 of each year. The maximum meteor shower is the night of August 12 and 13. The source of these fossils is the Swift-Tuttle Comet's 133-year period. It was first seen in 1992 and will make its next transition in 2126. "
Galbaj said 60-80 meteorites could be seen every hour and looking at the northeast direction during the inspection would ease the view.
The director of the research center added that no equipment was needed to monitor the meteor shower. Abilir can be monitored wherever there is no light pollution ” He said.