You’ll want to set your alarm early the next couple of days for a unique celestial display.
The annual Lyrid meteor shower will be at its most visible on April 22 and 23, with peak viewing time just before dawn. This year’s shower coincides with a crescent moon, making it a darker night than usual, which allows for better observation of the phenomenon.
But don’t fret if the forecast calls for cloudy skies near you—the online observatory Slooh will be hosting a livestream of the shower starting at 8 p.m. E.T. on Wednesday, and you can see it above.
Add this page to your favorites, and wake before dawn for a glimpse of one of nature’s best light shows.
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