How to Watch the Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower

July has already been full of space-related celebrations and history, but there’s one more big event in store: the Delta Aquarid meteor shower will peak at the end of July, and NASA meteor expert Dr. Bill Cooke has some advice for all the stargazers out there: “bring bug spray and get comfy.”

The Delta Aquarid meteor shower technically lasts over a month, but the show will be most visible between July 29 and July 31. Even so, you’ve got to be patient. As Cooke explains, the Delta Aquarid isn’t one of the brightest showers, so it can sometimes be hard to see the meteors.

But this year, we’ll have a waning new moon right around the time the Delta Aquarid is supposed to peak, resulting in nice, dark skies that are perfect for stargazing. This…