New Delhi: NASA confirms August 12.Almost every social site is loaded with so many news and reports now-a-days, out of which some of them used to be correct while others used to be false. Now-a-days, news on different social sites is getting viral that there will be no night on 12th August. NASA has reveal the truth behind it.NASA has confirmed that Lukapat (Meteor Shower) will fall during the night of August 12. Due to which, it will appear bright at night. But it will not be the world’s brightest meteor map. It is worth mentioning that there are three big metro showers each year. The first of these showers can be seen in January, the second in August and the last will be seen in the month of December.Another important fact from NASA is confirmed that the Meteor will be a shower but at night, there will be low light. This scene in space will be very miraculous and wonderful for them, who will be able to see it for the first time. It is to be said that many English news sites have long reported that the Meteor shower is due on August 12.No matter where you live worldwide, the 2017 Perseid meteor shower will probably produce the greatest number of meteors on the mornings of August 11, 12 and 13. In a dark, moonless sky, this shower often produces 50 or more meteors per hour. But, in 2017, we’ll have to contend with the light of a bright waning gibbous moon, which rises at mid-evening and washes the sky during the peak hours of the shower, between midnight and dawn.A good number of Perseid meteors will be bright, so you should be able to see some Perseids, despite the moonlit glare. And, although the Perseid numbers are few and far between in the evening hours, you’ll have some moon-free viewing time between nightfall and moonrise.
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