February is the least active month to watch meteor showers. There is only one visible throughout the month.
Meteor showers are some of the coolest celestial events to witness. It is not necessary to use a telescope or binoculars to watch them, making them some of the most accessible as well for people that are just getting into astronomy and stargazing.
Every month there are a few meteor showers. They are very consistent and happen every year around the same dates and in the same location in the sky.
If you want to learn more about meteor showers, check out the following articles:
List of March meteor showers
The following are the meteor showers that will happen in the month of March.
The list is sorted by the peak date.
Gamma Normids (February 25 – March 28)
|Start date||February 25|
|End date||March 28|
|Comet||C/1864 R1 (Donati) or C/1893 U1 (Brooks)|
|Zenithal hourly rate||6|
|Right ascension||16h 24m|
|Declination||-51° 00′ 00″|
Meteor shower guides for other months: