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Lyrid meteor shower peaks April 22. Here’s how to watch the night (predawn) sky – KSL.com

Every year from January to mid-April, we experience a

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ATLANTA (CNN) Every year from January to mid-April, we experience a “meteor drought,” without a single shower for months.
That all ends April 22 this year with the first show of the season: the annual Lyrid meteor shower.
“These dazzling meteors are fast and bright, with a striking golden trail of dust streaking behind them,” CNN meteorologist Judson Jones said.
The Lyrids, which are best seen from the Northern Hemisphere, have been observed for 2,700 years, according to NASA. During its peak, this…

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