If lucky enough to be in a part of North America not covered by clouds tonight look up.
The Lyrid Meteor Shower has been going on up above since April 16 while we have been going on with other business.
But it peaks from April 21 to April 23 with about 20 meteors zooming across the sky each hour.
What you need is to be away from street and building lights and look northeast after 10 p.m. or get up early while it’s still dark outside.
The Lyrids, the debris left by the comet thatcher, was named for its radiant point near the very bight Vega Star.
It is among the first meteor showers ever recorded according to old Chinese documents. The comet, itself, is expected to be seen again in 2276.