- The Lyrid meteor shower peaks early Thursday morning. People can spot 10 to 20 meteors per hour.
- The meteors are leftovers from a nearby comet, and burn up when they enter our atmosphere.
- The moon will be more than half full, so seeing the shower will be tricky. Here’s how to watch.
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The first meteor shower of spring is peaking Thursday morning.
The Lyrid meteor shower, which happens in late April each year, occurs when the Earth passes through the tail…