The Eta Aquariids are a strong shower when viewed from the southern tropics. From the equator northward, they usually only produce medium rates of 10-30 per hour just before dawn. Activity is good for a week centered the night of maximum activity. These are swift meteors that produce a high percentage of persistent trains, but few fireballs.
Shower details – Radiant: 22:32 -1° – ZHR: 40 – Velocity: 42 miles/sec (swift – 66.9km/sec) – Parent Object: 1P/Halley
Next Peak – The eta Aquariids will next peak on the May 4-5, 2021 night. On this night, the moon will be 38% full. – American Meteor SocietyVisit Event Site