Your stargazing activities are about to get stellar this month. Floridians will get a breathtaking view of the sky during the lyrid meteor shower. The Lyrid meteor shower will be seen in certain cities in Florida during Easter weekend.\nIf you are wondering what a Lyrid meteor shower is - it is a group of meteors that are little pieces of Comet Thatcher. The comet's debris are seen when the Earth crosses the path of a comet.\nLuckily, Floridians will be able to see the bright streaks in the sky or the shooting stars in the several locations throughout Florida such as Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, Satellite beach, Jetty Park, and Melbourne Beach - or any place where light pollution is lowest.\nView this post on Instagram I managed to catch at least a dozen shooting stars in this photo of the Milky Way peaking out over the Chisos Mountains from Study Butte. If you zoom in you can see trails all over the place. I think this was the lyrid meteor shower. #milkyway #studybutte #bigbend #bigbendnationalpark #texas #igtexas #galaxy #galaxyshots #milkywaychasers #meteor #meteorshower #meteorshowers #lyridmeteorshower #canon60d A post shared by John O. (@thedudeobeids) on Jun 20, 2018 at 9:42pm PDT\nThe light spectacle is expected to be seen early in the morning on April 22nd. According to Florida Today, the best way to see the meteor shower is to lay flat on your back with your feet facing northeast. The best times to go stargazing are at night or during pre-dawn hours, especially where there is low pollution and no city lights around.\nAlso, do not forget to bring a blanket as it might get cold and breezy during the night. NASA recommends to visit these locations before dawn when it is the peak of viewing time.\nThere will be another celestial event happening this month where you can enjoy the full "Pink Moon". The Pink Moon will make an appearance on the sky on April 19th at 7:12 a.m. EDT.\nView this post on Instagram Lyrid Meteor Shower from Anza Borrego #psnphotography #meteorshower #lyridmeteorshower #anzaborrego A post shared by Paul (@crazybimmer) on Apr 23, 2018 at 10:28pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Sabah 04:00 e kadar saatte 8-10 meteor görüp sadece tekini yakalamak👽 #lyridmeteorshower #22april2018 #meteorshower #inthenightgarden #underthestars #longexposure_shots #astrophotography #lyrids A post shared by Yağız 🕊 (@yagiz_abi) on Apr 23, 2018 at 12:33pm PDT\nAccording to Space, a waning gibbous moon (which is almost a full moon) will wash out all except the brightest meteors during this year's Lyrid meteor shower.