Quadrantids are annual meteor showers that peak every year around 3-4 January. These meteors originate from the asteroid 2003 EH₁ which takes about 5.5 years to orbit around the Sun. If you’re lucky, you can spot close to 100 meteors per hour during the peak. However, unlike other major meteor showers like the Perseids and […]Read More How to watch Quadrantids: The first meteor shower of 2020
There is a different kind of joy in looking at the sky when everyone is asleep. One can witness a wide range of objects in the night sky with the naked eye, such as:Read More Stargazing Tip: How to find the Milky Way Center?