http://www.space.com/20751-lyrid-meteor … g-now.html
It's a little unclear as to when's a good time to see this.......one place said tonight or 6:30 in the morning, another said tomorrow night..........
I'd like to see that, but I generally miss out on these things because of too many lights where I live.
by Person of Interest5 years ago
"The first meteor shower of 2012 — the lesser known Quadrantid meteor shower — will kick off a new year of skywatching when it peaks on Wednesday (Jan. 4).While many meteor displays in 2011 were washed out by a...
by James Bowden4 years ago
Does anyone have a specific interest in observing the various meteor showers that appear in our night skies throughout the various months of the year? October 20th-21st for one, which is this evening, is going to...
by Person of Interest4 years ago
For those of us interested in such things...http://now.msn.com/leonid-meteor-shower … efore-dawn
by luvpassion7 years ago
Every August, just when many people go vacationing in the country where skies are dark, the best-known meteor shower — the Perseid meteor shower — makes its appearance. The "shooting stars" promise to...
by Randy Godwin7 years ago
I was mistaken about the peak time and thought is was 3:00 A.M Wednesday morning. No matter, it was cloudy here anyway. I,ll catch the morning show if the sky clears, you never know what you may see.
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