Today marks the final day of the annual Perseid meteor shower, which occurs every April.
In the event that the sun does not set, meteor showers like this one are typically visible in the northern hemisphere.
But if the sun is still shining on Earth at this time, the Perseids will be much more noticeable, because of the fact that the moon will be up.
In the event of a full moon, the moonlight will fall on the earth, and the sky will be dark, but still visible in low-light conditions.
So the Perseid will be the brightest and most visible meteor shower we’ve had so far this year, but it will also be the longest one.
While it may not be as beautiful as the full moon of January 20, 2019, you will see many of the same phenomena as when the moon is full.
For instance, you can see the moon rise behind the moon, or the moon move in front of the sun, and you’ll also see it darken a bit, as the moon passes between the earth and the moon.
This is a beautiful effect, and a very common phenomenon in the sky, as seen by many people all around the world.
So, what’s the best time to look for Perseids?
If you are in a dark location, and can see a full, clear sky, then you should definitely check out the Perseiids.
If the sky is clear, the best times to look are between 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.ms.
The best times are around 4:45 p.s. and 5:30 a.m., but that’s a guess.
And since the Perseida is a full Moon event, it’s possible to see it up to 5:50 p.pm.
But you might not be able to see the full Moon, so if you’re in the middle of nowhere and it’s dark out, you may not have any good chances of seeing it at all.
Also, if the sky gets dark in the evening, then there will be more meteors in the night sky.
If there is one star that appears to move through the night, it will be Orion.
It is one of the brightest stars in the Orion constellation, which also happens to be the name of the constellation where the Perseidi meteor shower occurs.
It’s a bit difficult to see, but you can probably catch a glimpse of it in the daytime.
It’s the same thing for when the Perseisids are on a full cycle.
You’ll see them at full power and will have a good chance of seeing them up to 10:00 p.p.m or later.
It depends on the star that’s moving through the sky.
But the best night-time time is between midnight and 2:00 a.s., so that’s when you can catch a Perseid.
The best time for the Perseides is between 5:00 and 6:00 am, when it’s really dark out.
And if you are not able to spot them up close, the Moon is rising, so you should try to find a dark spot to look at the night-sky during that time.
You may be able get some great views of Perseids from places like the South Pole.
This event is very popular on the South Poles, because the sun rises up on the poles and casts a shadow of light that can be very beautiful.
If you’re near the South pole, you’ll be able see a huge meteor shower.
So what to do if you see a meteor shower in the southern hemisphere?
You might be surprised to hear that there are some really great things to do in the Northern Hemisphere, and that you can get great views, too.
If it’s raining, you should look up and watch the Perseidea.
If clouds are on the horizon, you might also want to watch Perseids in the Southern Hemisphere, which will be even better.
For the Northern hemisphere, the Northern Lights are a bit less spectacular, but they are visible in great numbers.
So if you don’t mind looking at a lot of the night time lights, you could even be able spot them from a few hours away.
The sky is full of stars, so it’s important to keep an eye out for them, and keep your eyes open, too, since they can appear very faint.