FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Attention star-gazers, the Lyrid meteor shower is going to peak this week!
According to NASA, the Lyrid meteor shower makes an appearance every year between April 16 to 25.
As many as 10-15 shooting stars per hour will light up the night sky.
The Lyrid meteor shower is set to peak Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning.
The best time for viewing the spectacle is before dawn, but it will be visible during the nighttime.
The moon shouldn’t hinder the view since it will appear as a crescent.
A mostly clear sky is expected Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, which will make for perfect viewing conditions.
Be sure to dress warm, temperatuers will be hovering near the freezing mark.