Get Ready for an Exciting Cinco de Mayo Weekend with Full Moon and Meteor Shower

The full moon on May 7th is called the "Flower Moon" and is the last supermoon of the year.

The Eta Aquarids meteor shower will peak on the night of May 5th and early morning of May 6th.

The meteor shower is caused by debris from Halley's Comet and can produce up to 30 meteors per hour.

The best time to view the meteor shower is after midnight, in a clear, dark sky away from city lights.

The Flower Moon will also be visible on May 6th and 8th, but it won't be as bright as on the 7th.

This year's Cinco de Mayo weekend will be extra special as it coincides with these celestial events.

 If you're planning to celebrate outdoors, make sure to bring warm clothes and blankets for stargazing.

 Don't forget to make a wish on a shooting star and enjoy the beauty of the night sky during this exciting weekend.