Watch Mother Nature's summer fireworks show at Kitt Peak National Observatory. Travel far away from the city lights to view Eta Aquarids, a dependable shower that hasn't been viewed before at Kitt Peak. The meteors are pieces of Halley's Comet that broke away from the comet's nucleus several hundred years ago. Festivities begin late and stretch into the wee hours of the morning to observe one of Nature's most spectacular cosmic shows. Learn about meteors, comets, meteor showers, and touch an actual piece of an asteroid. Refreshments will be provided. Adults and families with children 8 years or above are encouraged to attend. The weather will be a bit warmer this time of year (On the day of the program, Kitt Peak will make a "weather call" and determine if the program will proceed as scheduled).