April, named by the Romans from the Latin words “to open,” perhaps alluding to a time of blooming, brings a set of somewhat overlapping meteor showers. In the next week, the Lyrid meteor showers will be active, from April 16 to 25. They may be seen in the late-night eastern skies, where the constellation Lyra, the Lyre, will . . .

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