Meteor shower 2022: How to watch and
The Tau Herculid meteor shower 2022 is potentially going to dazzle star gazers across the globe. Luckily this event is occurring on the New Moon, May 2022, which means that moonlight won't cloak the cosmic event. This potential new meteor shower comes from the trail of the Schwassmann-Wachmann 3 (SW3), a comet that was discovered in 1930. Bill Cooke, who leads NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office (opens in new tab) said, “This is going to be an all-or-nothing event. "If the debris from SW3 was traveling more than 220 miles per hour when it separated from the comet, we might see a nice meteor shower," he explained.
The Moon calendar 2022 shows the gravitas of the lunar cycle in astrology - but do meteor showers also have clout? Bex Milford (opens in new tab) - an astrologer, cosmic coach, crystal healer, and founder of Cosmic Cures (opens in new tab) - spoke to woman&home about how meteor showers affect astrology. As we previously mentioned, meteors are essentially pieces of rock and ice left behind from a comet or asteroid, and when the Earth moves through this trail of cosmic debris we experience a meteor shower. Considering meteors are pieces of crumbling rock and ice, they can also be seen as a representation of the 'hard parts' inside - that we keep hidden from the outside world. Bex explains, "If we’ve experienced trauma or still have wounds we need to face then the ‘trail’ left by them can come to the surface, so it’s an important time to sit with feelings and embrace healing. The astrologer adds that these stunning events can help us if we've been struggling to understand a situation or solve a problem - helping us find the right approach.
Bex also suggests that it's a fantastic time to set intentions and manifest your deepest desires. Although it's unclear whether it will happen or not, if you want to chance it, the best way to watch it is to go outside and look up to the night sky. Why not bring a blanket, chair, hot drinks, and a picnic - and make a night of it.
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