Not only is tomorrow Earth Day, but if you get up early enough, you may be able to see the Lyrid meteor shower.

The meteor shower which happens every year will be at its peak just before dawn tomorrow (April 22nd). Astronomers say that the moon may make it a bit difficult to see the meteors falling, but the hope is that since the Lyrid meteors are so bright you should be able to see them even with the moon. You can even watch a live stream here thanks to NASA.

If you can't make it tomorrow morning, the are saying that they should be visible for much of the week. Are you going to try and catch them at the peak or just wait?