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Earth Day Meteor Shower – NASA Science April 21, 2015

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Earth Day Meteor Shower – NASA Science.

If it’s clear and dark where you are tomorrow night/ Thursday morning, you should go look for meteors.

Lyra is nearly at zenith around 5 AM, but the sky will start getting light around then, so the best time to observe will be about 1 – 4 AM.

The radiant of the Lyrids is about half way between the east horizon and zenith  at 3 AM on April 23.

The radiant of the Lyrids is about half way between the east horizon and zenith at 3 AM on April 23.

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