Citizen Scientist Discovers 34 

New Ultracool Brown Dwarfs

Today Is Probably

The day when the annual Lyrid meteor shower peaks in the sky. This meteor shower follows a nearly three-month hiatus.

The Meteor Shower Will Reach

Its peak in Indian skies tonight and continue through April 29 at a rate of roughly 10 to 15 meteors per hour.

Lyrids Are Debris Of

Comet Thatcher, which is currently traveling at a distance of 1,60,00,00,,000 kilometers from the planet.

Moon Could Reduce

The visibility of these shooting stars by 25%-50% due to its high brightness.

Astronomers Have Said

That the meteors will be best visible during the morning hours before dawn.

Currently Traveling

Away from the Sun, Comet Thatcher will begin its return trajectory in another 45 years.

Citizen Scientist Discovers 34 

New Ultracool Brown Dwarfs