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LYRID METEOR SHOWER AND NORTHERN LIGHTS THIS WEEKEND!!

Lyrid Meteor … sprinkle, photo by Ken Scott Photography I got an alert this morning that the Kp levels that predict the likelihood of northern lights is at 5 to 6 over the next two nights making the aurora a strong possibility for much of Michigan.

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Lyrid Meteor Shower AND Northern Lights this weekend!!

Lyrid Meteor … sprinkle, photo by Ken Scott Photography

I got an alert this morning that the Kp levels that predict the likelihood of northern lights is at… 287 more words

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DON'T MISS: Clear skies this week offer view of celestial light show

A lengthy pause in celestial flamboyance ends this week under a shy waxing crescent moon and skies scrubbed clean by a cold front.

The annual Lyrid meteor shower peaks late Saturday into early Sunday, but the approach of another weather system and a growing moon means watching earlier in the week may offer a better chance to see a line of fire scratch into the inky night. 469 more words

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DON'T MISS: Clear skies this week offer view of celestial light show

A lengthy pause in celestial flamboyance ends this week under a shy waxing crescent moon and skies scrubbed clean by a cold front.

The annual Lyrid meteor shower peaks late Saturday into early Sunday, but the approach of another weather system and a growing moon means watching earlier in the week may offer a better chance to see a line of fire scratch into the inky night. 469 more words

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Cat's Morning Bits for April 17, 2018

Cat’s Morning Bits for April 17, 2018

Good Morning Beautiful Souls, grab a cup of your favorite morning brew and start things off with “Today’s Inspirations”. 1,265 more words

Cat's Morning Bits

2018 Lyrid Meteor Shower Starting; Peaks April 22

EarthSky reports

The annual Lyrid meteor shower is starting! It’s active each year from about April 16 to 25. In 2018, the peak of this shower – which tends to come in a burst and usually lasts for less than a day – is expected to fall on the morning of April 22, with little or no interference from the waxing moon.

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Astronomy

Lyrid meteor shower: How Canadians can catch a glimpse of the celestial show

One of the oldest known meteor shower is set to light up the sky this month.

The Lyrid meteor shower takes place between April 16 and 25, and will likely peak the morning of April 22. 360 more words

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