This from Sky & Telescope Magazine
Friday morning, if you have a location without much glare, you should take a peek at the sky. The Lyrid meteor shower is annual, and a burst might only
cover Ontario, but it's bragging rights to say you saw it, and astronomicity either way, if you look.
Not much point looking in the evening... this is a 'morning shower'.
Even though moonlight will interfere with this year's Lyrid meteor shower, skywatchers should be alert for a possible outburst on the mornings of April 22nd and 23rd.
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