Lyrid Meteor Shower of 2012: A Skywatching Resource

The 2012 Lyrid meteor shower peaks overnight between late Saturday, April 21, and early Sunday, April 22. The meteors will appear to radiate outward from the constellation Lyra and the best time to see them will be between midnight and sunrise on Sunday morning.

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(Source: kenobi-wan-obi)

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    Here we go again!
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    I’ve read up on this and i will watch:)
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    Lluvia de meteoros en abril máxima intensidad 21 de abril …… PEGASOOOOO !!!
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    im a huge nerd for stuff like this
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