City lights, called light pollution, can interfere with viewing. So can reflected moonlight.
Meteor showers are named for the star or constellation they appear to be near. The Delta Aquarids Meteor Shower appears near a third magnitude star, Delta Aquarii.
|Stargazing bench. Image: suphakit73; FreeDigitalPhoto|
Check out these sites for more information about the Delta Aquarids Meteor Shower, including recommended viewing times for your corner of the globe:
- Delta Aquarii
- Spacedex 2013 Meteor Shower viewing guide
- EarthSky's meteor shower guide for 2013
- StarDate 2012 Meteor Showers
- American Meteor Society
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