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How to see the 2021 Eta Aquarid meteor shower in NorCal – KCRA Sacramento

Debris from the famous Halley’s comet will light up the sky in California this week as part of what’s known as the Eta Aquarid meteor shower. KCRA meteorologist…

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Debris from the famous Halley’s comet will light up the sky in California this week as part of what’s known as the Eta Aquarid meteor shower.
KCRA meteorologist Tamara Berg says skies should be clear enough to notice the event, which will peak early Wednesday morning.
Look up in the sky before sunrise, basically between 3 and 5 a.m.
“When you look up at that sky you look up to the southeast, up toward the moon, Berg said. “Then youll see Jupiter and in between that is where you may have the chance…

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