Surges Of Up To 100 Meteors Per Hour Will Light Up The Louisiana Skies During The 2020 Lyrid Meteor This April
Throughout the year, we are blessed with several meteor shows that light up the skies. Probably the most famous meteor shower is the Perseids Meteor Shower, which comes around in the fall, followed by the Geminid Meteor Shower, which stargazers look forward to every winter. One of the most dazzling meteor showers is only a few days away, and you’re going to want to set your alarms. The Lyrid Meteor Shower will take place from April 16-25, 2020, and it’s one of the oldest meteor showers in the world. It was first recorded more than 2,500 years ago, and it’s one you’ll want to mark on your calendars because you might see up to 100 meteors an hour during this fantastic nighttime light show.
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