How to see the Eta Aquariid meteor shower?
The Eta Aquariids are usually best seen on the night of their peak, which is spread across one or two nights.
But this year a near-Full Moon will get in the way, washing out the skies.
Instead, astronomers predict the shower will be best seen this weekend – May 2 and May 3.
NASA said: “The Eta Aquarids are viewable in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres during the pre-dawn hours.
“The Southern Hemisphere is preferable for viewing the Eta Aquarids.