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Lyrids Meteor Shower 2021: What is it, best times to see, and how to watch it in Australia – 7NEWS.com.au

Australian stargazers will need to be up early on Friday morning to catch a glimpse of one of the major astronomy events of the year. Here’s what you need to know….

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Australian stargazers will need to be up early on Friday morning to catch a glimpse of one of the major astronomy events of the year.
The Lyrid meteor shower is not as active as some of the larger sky-viewing opportunities, such as the Geminid meteor shower in December of the Perseids meteor shower in August, but its still worth a look.
See how the Lyrid meteor shower lit up the skies last year in the video player above
The Lyrid Meteor Shower, which is usually active between April 16 and 25 every…

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