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Christmas weekend became a bit brighter. Do not miss Urside's meteor shower, which is expected to spoil Friday and Saturday, for your last ticket to capture 2018 shooting stars. >> Read more trendy news Here's what you should know about Urse's meteor shower: Why is it called Urid Meteor Rain? The meteors radiate (or come from) a region near the constellation of Ursa Minor, also known as Little Dipper. Ursides are active annually between Dec. 17 and 24 December. According to Space.com, the shower first took place in England in 1900. »RELATED: Perseids illuminate the night sky in the annual celestial show of star galleries What causes meteor shower? The meteor particles come from Comet 8P / Tuttle that circles the sun every 1 4 years. The urals appear when the comet passes the earth and leaves "a trace of comet crumbs What is the difference between a meteoroid, meteor and meteorite anyway? Bill Cooke, head of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office, told for space.com that a meteoroid is essentially space junk. When the meteorides enter the Earth's atmosphere, they become meteors (or shooting stars). >> Related: Pictures: Perseid Meteor Rain lights the night sky Also if most meteors decay before they hit the ground, the meteors that hit the surface of the planet are called meteorites, said Cooke. Who can see Urid Meteor Rain? Ursides meteor shower seen from the northern hemisphere of the earth. It is best to be somewhere far from city lights. >> Related: Is there a…

Christmas weekend became a bit brighter. Do not miss Urside’s meteor shower, which is expected to spoil Friday and Saturday, for your last ticket to capture 2018 shooting stars.

>> Read more trendy news

Here’s what you should know about Urse’s meteor shower:

Why is it called Urid Meteor Rain?

The meteors radiate (or come from) a region near the constellation of Ursa Minor, also known as Little Dipper.

Ursides are active annually between Dec. 17 and 24 December.

According to Space.com, the shower first took place in England in 1900.

»RELATED: Perseids illuminate the night sky in the annual celestial show of star galleries

What causes meteor shower?

The meteor particles come from Comet 8P / Tuttle that circles the sun every 1

4 years.

The urals appear when the comet passes the earth and leaves “a trace of comet crumbs

What is the difference between a meteoroid, meteor and meteorite anyway?

Bill Cooke, head of NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office, told for space.com that a meteoroid is essentially space junk.

When the meteorides enter the Earth’s atmosphere, they become meteors (or shooting stars).

>> Related: Pictures: Perseid Meteor Rain lights the night sky

Also if most meteors decay before they hit the ground, the meteors that hit the surface of the planet are called meteorites, said Cooke.

Who can see Urid Meteor Rain?

Ursides meteor shower seen from the northern hemisphere of the earth. It is best to be somewhere far from city lights.

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When is the best time to ten watch the meteor shower?

The early 2018 will peak after midnight on Friday 21 December to the early dark morning of December 22nd.

How many meteors will I see

According to NASA Ursiderna is a “low-key” meteor shower that usually produces 5-10 shooting stars every hour.

“This year is an outbreak to double normal due, but the meteors are pale next to the sky’s full moon,” reported Space.com experts. Cooke gave this year’s shower “The Forbidden Ruins.”

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Previously, researchers have seen some strong urge outbreaks. The strongest eruption outbreak occurred in 1945, when European observers saw 120 meteors per hour, according to NASA .

What is the best way to watch Urid’s meteor shower?

Dress in warm clothes, head outside to a room far from city lights and look north. Meteors will pop up above the sky.

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Do I Need Binoculars?

According to Space.com, binoculars and telescopes will not help. That is why these tools are designed to enlarge and focus on stationary objects in the sky.

The naked eye will do well.

Here’s how to look at the shower

Head outdoors about 30 minutes before the show and let your eyes adjust to the darkness.

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