The annual Lyrid Meteor Bathe peaks in a single day on April 22-23, and this occasion usually produces round 20 capturing stars per hour. Meteor specialists usually say to catch them within the early predawn hours, however this 12 months, one of the best time to see the Lyrids is predicted to be within the early night hours earlier than midnight. “So attempt — this 12 months — watching within the early a part of the evening. There will likely be a short window between the time the radiant rises in mid-evening and moonrise round midnight,” in accordance with Earth Sky. Learn extra for a video explaining the science behind the Lyrids Meteor Bathe and extra data.