Astronomy broadcaster Slooh will stream a dwell webcast of the Perseids on Monday (Aug. 12) at 9 p.m. EDT (0100 GMT Aug. 13), displaying off the shower from telescopes in North The United States, the Center East and Europe. Live protection is available here at Dwelling.com, courtesy of Slooh, or at Slooh’s web situation for a price (annual memberships start up at $20).
“The Perseids Meteor Shower is a favourite for many stargazers as a result of it has more vivid meteors than most showers — typically as many as 50-60 per hour below splendid conditions,” Slooh acknowledged in an announcement. As for the glaring moon, Slooh equipped an answer: “Slooh’s particular low-light video cameras can even detect fainter meteors — even in opposition to the vivid moonlight.”
Moreover the livestream, host and astrophysicist Paige Godfrey would possibly per chance have a team of mountainous specialists online to focus on the science of comets and meteor showers, as smartly as their history. Aspiring astrophotographers will obtain some hints on how one can obtain the correct shot of the meteors. Viewers can quiz questions the exhaust of the hashtag #AskSlooh.
The Digital Telescope Project
Alternatively, it is doubtless you’ll perchance even examine out the peak of the Perseids a bit earlier on Monday on the Digital Telescope Project, starting at 6 p.m. EDT (2200 GMT). Led by astrophysicist Gianluca Masi, the venture pledges to “fragment the attention of our huge self-discipline cameras, to expose any doubtless meteor they are going to snatch.”
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