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Definition of Lyrid

Lyrid
Lyrid Ly"rid (l[imac]"r[i^]d), n. (Astron.) One of the group of shooting stars which come into the air in certain years on or about the 19th of April; -- so called because the apparent path among the stars the stars if produced back wards crosses the constellation Lyra.

Meaning of Lyrid from wikipedia

- The April Lyrids are a meteor shower lasting from April 16 to April 26 each year. The radiant of the meteor shower is located in the constellation Lyra...
- star Vega (α Lyr) (0.03m) Messier objects 2 Meteor showers Lyrids June Lyrids Alpha Lyrids Bordering constellations Draco Hercules Vulpecula Cygnus Visible...
- Orionid meteor Sporadic bolide over the desert of Central Australia and a Lyrid (top edge) Meteor (center) seen from the International Space Station Possible...
- Astronomical Society, with which he co-discovered a meteor shower, the June Lyrids in June 1966. After teacher training in Gateshead in the late 1960s, he...
- However, these dates do not correspond to the modern Gregorian calendar. The Lyrids meteor shower appears on April 16 – April 26 each year, with the peak generally...
- (sigma Hydrids) Leonids Leonis Minorids (Dec. Leonis Minorids) Lyrids eta Lyrids June Lyrids Monocerotids alpha Monocerotids Normids (gamma Normids) Orionids...
- Italian), 1996. Makhmalbaf’s Broken Mirrors: (Review and Study) Compiled by: Lyrid Dijeon (in English), 2000. Introducing of Mohsen Makhmalbaf and his works:...
- 2283. It was discovered by A. E. Thatcher. It is responsible for the April Lyrid meteor shower. Carl Wilhelm Baeker also independently found this comet....
- 15.9 −50 56 6 bright possibly C/1864 R1 (Donati) or C/1893 U1 (Brooks) Lyrids 14 Apr – 30 Apr 23 Apr 32.32 18.1 +34 49 18 bright C/1861 G1 (Thatcher)...
- C/1490 Y1. Comet C/1385 U1 has also been studied as a possible source. Lyrids late April Comet Thatcher Pi Puppids (periodic) late April Comet 26P/Grigg-Skjellerup...
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