Dear Furiends,mtele

The Lyrid Meteor Shower is usually active between now and April 25 every year. It tends to peak around April 22 or April 23. However, weather permitting, the best time to watch it is after midnight and before dawn.

Keep an eye on the sky, dear furiends!

Mr. M  =^.^=



10 thoughts on “Lyrids….

    1. I, too, have a terrible time with clouds. It seems like every time there is a super moon, a blood moon, or some other amazing thing to watch… like an eclipse … those dratted clouds roll over. Very frustrating! It also requires great patience to spot the gaps in those ‘wet blanket clouds’ and quite a bit of luck to see the phenomena I’m waiting for in that gap. It’s enough ti frizzy one’s whiskers. =^.^=

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      1. Oh, meow as me… I would love an “IMax Theater” stage, but truly don’t think I could tolerate being so close to all that water!!!! =^.^=


  1. I haven’t had much luck watching meteor showers … though one time I got REALLY lucky and I happened to be away from light pollution and got an awesome show (I just happened to be in the country – far, far away from any big city – visiting my brother … it wasn’t planned). I’m not giving up though! Maybe this year will be fruitful 🙂

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    1. I’m hoping we’re all lucky. The staff claims the night sky is amazing when one is sailing in the middle of the ocean… Purrhaps so, but I can’t quite bring myself to go there just to see the sky better…. =^.^=


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