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Where is the Lyrid meteor shower visible?

This meteor shower can be viewed from both the Northern and Southern hemispheres during the pre-dawn hours, but it is more visible in the Southern hemisphere, NASA says. KHOU.comLyrid meteor shower to peak early Thursday morning. Here's how to watch

What meteor shower is tonight?

Meteor shower tonight: Lyrid meteor shower is coming. USA TODAYThe Lyrid meteor shower is coming to a sky near you Wednesday night. Here's how to watch these shooting stars.

When is the next meteor shower 2021?

Following the Lyrid Meteor Shower, the Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower is expected to occur between April 19 to May 28, with a peak expected for May 4-5, according to the American Meteor Society. PEOPLE.comThe 2021 Lyrid Meteor Shower Is Here! How to Watch the Annual Event Before It Peaks

Is there a meteor shower April 22 2021?

This month, the Lyrid meteor shower returns, peaking the night of April 21 into the morning of April 22. ... Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office tells Thrillist that stargazers should expect to see around 10-20 meteors per hour in 2021. ThrillistThe First Big Meteor Shower in Months Peaks Tonight

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Lyrid meteor shower peaks tonight, Here’s the sky forecast 21 April, 2021 - 10:00pm

The peak of the Lyrids is expected to occur an hour either side of midnight tonight. Here’s a look at the cloud forecast for this evening through 6 a.m. Thursday.

Cloud cover forecast from 6 p.m. Wednesday to 6 a.m. Thursday

The forecast at midnight shows where the clearing area is likely to be located.

Cloud forecast for midnight, Thursday, April 22, 2021

If you are somewhere along the Lake Michigan shoreline from Allegan all the way north through Charlevoix, expect lots of clouds. Forget about staying up late to look for a meteor shower.

Most of the rest of the state will have little or no clouds in the middle of the night.

Here’s how to see the Lyrids meteor shower tonight.

It’s going to be cold tonight if you want to lie on the ground and look up to see the Lyrids.

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