You can see a meteor shower above Chicagoland this weekend!
The annual meteor shower that's best viewed "under very dark, very clear skies," the Adler Planetarium says, will leave a visible, glowing dust train over the Chicago skyline Saturday.
And as long as the skies over Chicago aren't too cloudy, you'll be able to see it -- from some locations better than others.
One of the oldest known meteor showers according to National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the annual springtime Lyrids shower is expected to be visible April 23 in the Chicago area, with a peak of around 10 to 20 meteors per hour.
The shower streaked the sky early Friday as well, but cloud cover made visibility difficult.
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