Meteor Turns Argentina Night to Day

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The Lyrid meteor shower is peaking right now, and NASA wants to make sure you don’t miss this once-a-year space fireworks show.Mindful that some stargazers may not have optimum viewing conditions because of local weather conditions or the moon’s glow, NASA has set up a camera at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., to broadcast live images of the meteor shower.

“If you’d like to catch a last look at 2013 Lyrid meteror shower, this is your chance!” NASA said in a statement. “Although a bright moon may interfere with viewing, you should still be able to see Lyrid meteors at an anticipated rate of 10-20 meteors per hour.” read the rest http://news.cnet.com/8301-11386_3-57580856-76/nasa-to-webcast-lyrid-meteor-shower-monday-night/

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