Within two days of observation I was able to capture only one meteor.
Here is a list of astronomical events for given month. Location dependent events listed here are visible from central Europe.
04 – Occultation of bright star λ Gem (magnitude +3.6) by Moon at ~ 20UT, depending on the location of the observer – more details.
06 – η-Aquariids meteor shower peaks at 7h UT, ZHR predictions up to 55.
10 – Mars reaches opposition for 2014, shining at magnitude +0.1. Saturn’s rings appear much more impressive than in recent years, since they are now tipped by 21.5 ° from edge on.
13 – A double shadow transit of Jupiter’s moons occurs from 9:20-9:32 UT.
14 – Full Moon at 19:16 UT.
15 – A close conjunction of Venus and Uranus occurs, visible in the morning.
15 – Asteroid 9 Metis reaches opposition, shining at magnitude +9.6.
24 – Possible meteor storm due to a debris left behind by a comet known as 209P/LINEAR. Simulations suggest a brief but intense burst of meteors with strongest activity between 7h anb 8h UT. Radiant in constellation Camelopardalis.
25 – Mercury reaches greatest evening evening elongation, 22.7 degrees east of the Sun.
28 – New Moon at 18:40 UT.
31 – Asteroid 15 Eunomia reaches opposition, shining at magnitude +9.5.