Spectacular Meteor Shower With Up To 100 Shooting Stars An Hour Has Begun

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The Lyrid meteor shower began yesterday, and people all around the world can see it, and enjoy this marvelous gift from Nature. It is visible from every single place on Earth, and folks can see from dozen to hundred shooting stars per hour.

The first recorded appearance was 2,700 years ago. From then so on, it became an annual event that drops the jaws of stargazers through the northern and southern hemispheres.

As we announced, the Lyrid meteor shower started on April 16, it will be active until April 25, and its peak is expected to be on April 21, and the early hours of April 22.

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