Earth Day happens once a year, but it doesn’t always coincide with the peak of a meteor shower. On April 22 – Earth Day – the Lyrids meteor shower will be at its most active point. What a way to celebrate our planet!

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Will you be watching the Lyrids meteor shower peak on Earth Day this year? If so, where in Arizona do you plan on viewing it from? Let us know in the comments section, and check out our previous article for more information about dark skies in Arizona.

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