VOV.VN - The peak of the Perseid Meteor Shower is coming tomorrow morning, August 13 during the hours of 1am to 3am, say astronomers at the Academy of Science and Technology.
VOV.VN - On January 4, astronomy lovers will be able to look up and watch the sky over Vietnam sparkle with the Quadrantids Meteor Shower, according to astronomers at the Academy of Science and Technology.
VOV.VN - Vietnamese photographers attempted to capture images of Eta Aquarid meteor shower from Langbiang peak in the Central Highlands’ province of Lam Dong on May 5.
(VOV) - Astronomy lovers will be able to look up between Jan 1 and Jan 5 and watch the sky over Vietnam sparkle with the Quadrantids Meteor Shower, according to leading astronomers at the Academy of Science and Technology.
People in Vietnam will have the opportunity to witness the largest meteor shower of the year on Monday evening, which is expected to peak in the small hours of tomorrow.
Vietnamese astronomy enthusiasts will have a chance to observe the Perseid meteor shower, one of the two largest meteor showers this year.
(VOV) - The southern Delta Aquarid meteor shower with radiants reaching a zenithal hourly rate or ZHR of 20 will make its appearance over the skies of Vietnam in late July.
(VOV) - One of 2014’s best meteor showers, with radiants reaching a zenithal hourly rate or ZHR of 1,000 per hour makes its appearance over the skies of Vietnam on May 24.
(VOV) - Vietnamese people will have the chance to watch Quadrantids, one of the strongest meteor showers of the year, on January 4.
(VOV) - Three astronomic events will take place in late April, including a meteor shower, a partial eclipse of the moon, and Saturn coming its closest to the Earth.
(VOV) - Astronomy lovers in Vietnam will have the chance to see 25-30 meteors blazing across the sky every hour from midnight until dawn on October 22.
Astronomy lovers in Vietnam should have a great chance to see the Perseid meteor shower on August 12, with 60-80 meteors blazing across the sky every hour.
Vietnamese amateur astronomers who enjoy gazing at the stars will be anxious to catch a glimpse of the Southern Delta Aquarids meteor shower, due early on July 29, with about 20 meteors expected to blaze across the skies every hour.
They can see part of the Eta Aquarids meteor shower between 4 and 5am on May 6.
Vietnamese who enjoy astronomic phenomena will be able to observe the Lyrid meteor shower on April 22, 2012, said the Vietnam Astronomy and Space Association.
Vietnamese people are expecting a great meteor shower at about 3am on November 17 and 18.