The Gamma Aquariids meteor shower takes place within the boundaries constellation of Aquarius. The meteor shower occurs between September 1-14 with the peak occurring on the Sept. 7/8 every year.
The closest star to the radiant point of the meteor shower is Sadachbia.
In the Northern Hemisphere, the Aquarius constellation is visible from a south easterly direction. The constellation is hovering above the horizon.
In the Southern Hemisphere, the constellation can be seen in a Easterly direction much higher up in the sky.
|Associated Asteroid||C / 1853G1 (Schweizer)|
|Closest Star to Radiant Point||Sadachbia|
|Peak Activity Date||Sept. 7/8|
|Activity Period||September 1-14|
The image showing the location of Gamma Aquariids was generated using the free application Stellarium.
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