The Perseids fly up to the planet in early August and will be active nearly the entire month.
The Perseid shower has been putting on a preview of sorts since July 17 - one to three meteors per night - and will peak August 12-13 before fading to a conclusion August 24.
Meteor showers take place when Earth passes through the dusty path left by a comet. On the other hand, Alpha Capricornids is the dim one and will produce only 5 or more meteors per hour.
The Perseid meteor shower is active from July 17 through August 24, 2019. Also, the dark sky without a moon or less visible moon is excellent for viewing the meteor shower.
"The Perseid meteor shower is often considered to be one of the best meteor showers of the year due to its high rates and pleasant late-summer temperatures". Early reports say there are quite a few fireball meteors this go-round with the Perseid meteor shower.
The best time to look for shooting stars is between midnight and dawn. With the dark sky without bright moon, you can easily spot the meteor shower of Delta Aquarids meteor shower.
Be sure to double-check your local moonrise and moonset times before you head out to see the meteor shower. To view the astronomical event best to leave the city from a strong piece of lighting. The most effective chance to see these gradual moving fireballs in during the evening hours, simply after dark. You will not need any viewing equipment.
The Perseids appear to come from from the constellation Perseus which gives the meteor shower its name.
NASA said: "Meteors can generally be seen all over the sky so don't worry about looking in any particular direction".