April 27: Pink Moon 27 Apr. Look up and keep an eye on the whole sky! Most will appear about as bright as the stars of the Big Dipper - but some, classed as fireballs, may appear even brighter than Venus. ", Solihull gastropub slams 'no-shows' after 162 bookings fail to turn up in a week, Why Birmingham would be better off financially with tougher 'tier 3' lockdown rules, City MP tells the Government: 'It is nonsensical that you end up wishing you were in tier three just to get support", Serial killer fan accused of murder denies wanting to 're-enact horror movie at flat of horrors', Nathan Maynard-Ellis and his boyfriend, 25-year-old David Leesley, both deny murdering Ms Rawson at their "flat of horrors" in May last year, BREAKING Oxford University coronavirus vaccine trial volunteer dies, An investigation is underway into the death but no further details are available, Man dies in street outside Newtown's Covid walk-through centre, West Midlands Police confirmed they attended reports of a man suffering a cardiac arrest in Villa Street, 10 announcements from Boris Johnson in PMQs after tier 3 lockdown update, The PM appeared opposite Sir Keir in parliament for Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) on Wednesday October 21, Gap shutting UK stores permanently amid massive Bullring shop sale, New walk-through coronavirus test centre opens in Dudley. In 2020, the Lyrids peak in the pre-dawn morning of 22 April, with 10 to 20 meteors per hour. The Lyrids are named after the constellation of Lyra, which contains the star Vega, because their path across the night sky appears to originate from that group of stars. When the Earth passes through this trail of material, pieces fall into the atmosphere and burn up - which is why we can see them as a streak of light in the sky. The best time to watch it will be between midnight and dawn (5.17am). By Alex Nelson. 15/04/2020 Written by Malika Andress. The Lyrid meteor shower is set to be visible above the UK all this week - but will peak tonight (Tuesday, April 21). The opening is a part of the government’s UK-wide drive to continue to improve the accessibility of coronavirus testing for local communities. What McDonald’s, Pizza Hut and Tesco have said after 15 people treated in pepper spray attack, Fleet of ambulances were sent to the scene in Upper Gornal on Tuesday night, October 20, Schoolboy, 13, bailed in attempted murder probe over stabbing, The teenager was held over the stabbing of a man in his 60s in Chapel Walk, Kings Norton, West Midlands city becomes latest added to tier 2 lockdown after coronavirus surge, The news means Coventrians would be banned from mixing indoors or in the hospitality sector, and bring the West Midlands city in line with Birmingham. Ben Rich reports on where the weather might provide the clearest night skies as we approach the peak period for the Lyrid meteor shower. The Lyrid meteor shower is a result of debris left in the wake of Comet Thatcher, and occurs annually around mid to late April. Stargazers will want to look up this week as a dazzling meteor display lights up the night sky. When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. What is a meteor shower? Appearing in April every year, the radiant meteor shower will peak this year after midnight on the night of the 22nd April.
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