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Steve Brown 7h
Rates of should be slightly higher this evening, in the run up to the peak tomorrow. The radiant is in the constellation of Lyra. Under ideal conditions, up to 18 per hour may be seen during the peak but in reality the rate will be less than this.
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GMonfort 4h
As repeatedly strike the 's surface, evidence suggests that water beneath the surface is stirring... Every developement we learn about lunar water can teach us something new and valuable about the development of 🤓
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Guy Ottewell 3h
: in and especially Monday: here's how to see the .
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Mr Pish 2h
Don't forget the Lyrids meteor shower tonight! (If you have one of my calendars, it's on there! <3 )
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Ready Jet Go! 5h
Check out the night sky, space explorers! The Lyrid meteor shower peaks tonight. Check out more info here, and comment what you see!
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qWaga Apr 18
Replying to @sciencehate
This is one from April 1st near Florida seen by hundreds
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Micro Nation News Outlet Apr 17
(Unprofessional tweet ahead) No indeed we will list all places that aren’t claimable IF you want to be taken seriously and us reporting on you! Joke Claims are the following: - - (the moon) - - -/ and/or -Anything out of
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Erik Taylor Apr 17
METEOR SHOWER-Has anyone seen bright lights flaring through the sky? Last night an officer in caught a glimpse of flying through the skies above via dashcam video. Pretty cool. More ☄️when the shower peks April 21st-22nd.
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Martin Weil Apr 17
it’s Scotch Tape time in and . What? How? That tape—3M right? It’s , and the (!) . And, of course, me, me, me and ME TOO.
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qWaga Apr 18
Replying to @sciencehate
Green Meteors happen all the time! Nope, they don't. This one from Yorkshire England
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Juli€🌀 ÏͳΩ Apr 16
So many NY, FL,Brazil, NC, DC, VA +++
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Jordan⚡️ Apr 16
Getting that much power+accuracy in that much traffic is ridiculous
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Evolvr Collective Apr 19
April's Lyrid Peak Early this Week, But the May Interfere
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Steve Brown Apr 16
Activity for the starts today. The shower is active until 26 April and peaks on 22 to 23 April with a rate of 18 per hour under ideal conditions. The bright will reduce numbers seen this year. The radiant is in the constellation of Lyra.
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GWEB Law Apr 18
More than 300 people saw a possible meteor blazing across the Maryland sky and along the East Coast on Tuesday night.
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Coe-Brown Northwood Academy Apr 15
At CBNA today-Science Core 1 and 2 are exploring impact craters. They are trying to connect meteor types, mass, and size the ejects and depth.
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Oden Apr 16
slamming into the reveal underground
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Waldemar Puszkarz Apr 16
Those interstellar visitations are getting more frequent. Looks like someone is concerned about what's going on here ;)
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✨ John ✨ ∣ 👼 Soldier of Truth ✝️ Apr 17
Warning From God – Asteroids, Meteors, Planet X, Nibiru Video Link: via
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Justine Overend Apr 20
Pre-Season game 🏀 Mackay Vs Rockhampton 🏀Let’s go Macktown🏀 Sitting in the corporate box - Thanks
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