April dark skies promise a bevy of "shooting stars"
By Richard Talcott — Published: April 17, 2012 The Lyrid meteor shower peaks under a dark sky before dawn April 22. With no Moon in the sky, observers with clear skies can expect to see up to 20 meteors per hour. Astronomy: Roen Kelly Enjoying a ...
2012 April 11 - Meteor (West view) - YouTube
Meteor spotted above Madison, WI on evening of April 11, 2012. Meteorenters picture at ...
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UFO Fireball Gives Arizona News Team the Jitters (Video)
A UFO, not behaving like a meteor, streaked across the skies of Arizona, causing many to call police. And for a local news team to head out of the studio to investigate. What was it? In a sign that mainstream media is beginning to pay serious attention ...
5 Things You Need to Know Today: April 18
Shooting Stars: Lyrid annual meteor shower should peak this weekend, April 21 and 22, at a time when dark skies make for great viewing in the Northern Hemisphere. The Lyrid meteor shower is best viewed between midnight and dawn on the 22, experts say.
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