The Perseus constellation meteor shower, better known as the Perseid Meteor Shower, is one of the most common meteor showers that can be observed. Perseid can be seen from July 23 to August 20, with it’s peak viewability being on August 12 and 13. The parent body of this meteor shower is the Swift-Tuttle comet. … Read more The Perseus Constellation Meteor Shower
The Sun, is the closest star to planet Earth and is one of the main sources of life on the planet. While there is a lot to still learn about the Sun, there are many things scientists know already. 1. The Sun’s Relation to Earth The Sun is responsible for aiding in process like photosynthesis … Read more 3 Fun Facts About the Sun
History of the Taurus Constellation The constellation known as Taurus (Tau for short) has been known about since the Bronze Age when it was used as the marked location for the Sun during the spring equinox. It is visible from the northern and southern hemisphere (it appears upside-down from the southern hemisphere). The legends of … Read more How many stars are in Taurus?