Lyride meteors are facing a bright moon

Come on Thursday morning (April 22), the first good meteor shower in almost four months peaks with an annual meteor shower, although the bright moon could be disruptive.

The shower of Lyrid is not a rich display, it certainly cannot be compared to the December Geminids or Perseids of August. An individual observer looking at the sky under a dark, clear sky can see 10 to 20 meteors per hour.