Lunar Eclipse in May
One of the biggest astronomical happenings of 2021 is set to take place near the end of the new month, but onlookers will need to be in the right place and have perfect weather to see it for themselves.
May’s milder nights will be more comfortable for stargazing of all types, whether it’s hours under the heavens for a meteor shower or for just a few minutes to spot the International Space Station flying overhead.
As temperatures across the Northern Hemisphere rise, areas in the Southern Hemisphere will start to cool down. The nights in May will not only be a bit chilly and longer for areas south of the equator, but they will also boast the hemisphere’s best meteor shower of the entire year.
Here are the top three astronomy events to look for in May: read detail here Source