Surges Of Up To 100 Meteors Per Hour Will Light Up The New Hampshire Skies During The 2020 Lyrid Meteor This April
One of the best thing about New Hampshire are the area with virtually no light pollution. Compared with other states that have quite a few large cities within close proximity of each other, New Hampshire towns are considered spread out. That might make for long car rides, but it’s absolutely perfect when you want to see the night sky! This is especially beneficial during periods of impressive meteor showers like the Lyrid Shower we’re expecting to see in April. Here’s what you should know!
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For a taste of what you can expect on a normal night, check out this time lapse video!
Michelle has lived in many places, but counts Maine as one of the best. In addition to the smell of ocean water in the air on rainy days in Portland, she loves puppies, photography, funny people, the Maine Red Claws, traveling, fresh tomatoes, Cambodia and filling out forms. For questions, comments and inquiries please email: [email protected]
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