This video from the USA says about itself:
How to View a Meteor Shower | California Academy of Sciences
30 December 2014
Here are some fun tips for observing the upcoming meteor shower, brought to you by the California Academy of Sciences.
The California Academy of Sciences writes about this today:
On any given night, meteors can be seen as tiny particles of space dust burn up in Earth’s atmosphere. Don’t miss the next major meteor shower, the Lyrids, peaking tomorrow, April 22. Watch this helpful video to brush up on your meteor-spotting skills!
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