The Eta Aquarids meteor shower peaks tomorrow morning. But, Aquarid meteors will be visible each of the next several nights, especially with the moon being a non-factor. This shower favors the Southern Hemisphere. But, the U.S. and Europe can still expect 10-30 meteors per hour early Friday morning.
The first major meteor shower in three months peaks predawn Friday. It will be visible across the Northern Hemisphere. The full moon will wash out some meteors. But, check out some tips of how to deal with the moon and see a few meteors Friday.
There is a lot to see in the night sky over the next few nights. The ISS makes a pass right over the Northeast U.S. Saturday night. Everyone will be able to see the conjunction of the moon and Jupiter Sunday night. The first major meteor shower in months, the Lyrids, peaks next week.