The Perseid meteor shower occurs annually between July and August.
Its peak usually falls around August 12-13 each year.
Debris from Comet Swift-Tuttle creates the Perseids.
Earth passes through this debris, causing meteoroids to burn up.
Perseid meteors are fast-moving and often bright.
The shower radiates from the constellation Perseus.
The best viewing time is after midnight, as Earth rotates into debris.
Perseids offer a captivating celestial display.
Ideal for stargazing, photography, and outdoor events.
Perseid meteor shower fosters interest in astronomy and space.