1: Witness a cosmic spectacle as the meteor shower lights up the night sky with 140 shooting stars per hour.

2: Named after the constellation Lyra, the Lyrid meteor shower brings a dazzling display of shooting stars.

3: Stay up late to catch the peak of the meteor shower, with 140 shooting stars per hour expected.

4: Set your alarms for the early hours of the morning to witness the celestial display in all its glory.

5: Grab a blanket, find a dark spot away from city lights, and prepare for the meteor mayhem.

6: Make a wish upon a shooting star as the meteor shower reaches its peak intensity.

7: Meteor showers occur when Earth passes through the debris left behind by a passing comet.

8: Join stargazers around the world in marveling at the beauty of the Lyrid meteor shower.

9: Prepare to be mesmerized by the celestial display of 140 shooting stars per hour in the meteor mayhem.

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