A Magical Meteor Shower Will Light Up Skies This Week & You Can Watch From Arizona
No binoculars needed!
It's been a phenomenal July for stargazers with comet NEOWISEthe night sky, and you can expect the month to end with a bang.
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Cloudy skies, moon glare, and light pollution may make the shooting stars hard to see so the Almanac suggests that you find someplace dark and away from the.
Once you have prime viewing conditions, you'll want to look south around predawn, "which means an hour or so before morning twilight."
Withon the horizon at the beginning of next week in the Valley, it's the perfect excuse to get outdoors and take in a stunning celestial event.
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