In one of the annual offerings of our night sky, the Lyrid meteor shower is set to peak Friday night. While the full moon may hamper efforts to watch it with the naked eye, viewers can also watch it.. Christian Science Monitor
Eclipses and meteors and supermoons, oh my!
If you're a night owl who loves stargazing, 2016 is going to be a busy year for you. This year is packed full of remarkable sights — including three.. Upworthy
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Hot on the heels of last week’s peak viewing conditions for the Lyrid meteor shower comes the Eta Aquarids, which will become visible this week.. redOrbit
Tonight could be one of your last chances this year to catch a glimpse of the annual Lyrid meteor shower.The dazzling display sees up to 20 meteors an hour streak across the night sky and will be.. Leicester Mercury
The Lyrid meteor shower happens every April, and on average 10 to 20 shooting stars can be seen an hour. Clear skies over the UK made this year’s display particularly spectacularContinue reading... guardian.co.uk