Surges Of Up To 18 Meteors Per Hour Will Light Up The Pittsburgh Skies During The 2020 Lyrid Meteor This April

Get ready for a spectacular evening outdoors, Pittsburgh! This is one event we don’t have to worry about being canceled – whether the city’s still virtually at a standstill or not. April promises an unforgettable show in the sky. In fact, we might be able to see as many as 18 meteors an hour in Pittsburgh during the Lyrid Meteor Shower at its peak.

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Click here to learn more about Lyrid Meteors from NASA.

Are you ready to see the meteors in Pittsburgh next month? Let us know in the comments! Now’s a pretty good time to start thinking about the hot summer days and how to fill them, don’t you think? Consider a tour, for example, down the Three Rivers on this tiki boat.

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