Once again, August is upon us and with it comes falling stars. The most meteors of the Perseids will fall in the night of the 11th to the 12th of August. A completely unobstructed view of the meteor shower will not be a possibility, unfortunately, as the Moon, illuminated at 82%, will light up the night sky. The brighter meteors will be easy to see, in spite of it all.
So where to look? When and how can you see the meteor shower? Check out the infographic below for the most important information about the Perseids meteor shower.
At a glance, quick and informative.