They will be visible from ALL OVER THE WORLD, and no you don’t need a telescope to view them! Just find somewhere as far from light pollution as you can, and stare up at the sky.
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Starting tonight and peaking next week on 22/23 April 2014 is our spring season’s best meteor shower, the Lyrids. It’s not nearly as dramatic as the Big Three meteor showers – the Perseids in mid-August, the Geminids in mid-December, and the Quadrantids in early January – but dedicated meteorwatchers will catch glimpses of plenty of shooting stars overnight around or after midnight on 21/22 or 22/23 April. 322 more words