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There are so many celestial events in 2021 in Canada that you need to see and quite a few are happening throughout spring including incredible meteor showers, eclipses and supermoons.

Here are five that you should put on your calendar right now!

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If you want to start the new year off on a celestial note, the Quadrantids meteor shower of 2021 will peak over Canada this weekend and it's the first one of the year.

Typically, this one can produce more than 100 meteors per hour when moonlight isn't obstructing the view but there's a narrow window of time to see it happen.

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With the peak of the Geminid meteor shower in 2020, Canada's skies will be the stage for an amazing celestial event.

This is known as one of the best meteors showers of the year for the Northern Hemisphere and you don't need a telescope to watch it happen!

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Les deux amoureux ayant participé à La Voix ont annoncé, il y a environ deux mois, qu'ils attendaient un enfant. Ce dimanche 13 septembre, c'était la journée de leur shower et Rafaëlle Roy a partagé des images plus que mignonnes pour en conserver tout plein de souvenirs. 

Depuis le tout début de leur union, on sent une grande complicité entre Rafaëlle et Joffrey Charles et ils sont aussi unis par une même passion : la musique.

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Prepare yourselves for a beautiful feat of nature this month during the 2019 Lyrids Meteor Shower that will light up Texas from April 16th to 25th. According to Time and Date, the meteor shower will be visible to the naked eye during this time but will be the most prominent to see during its peak on the night and morning of the 22nd and 23rd of April. For the most beautiful sight of your life, you'll definitely want to plan a night out in nature to view the shooting "stars" during their peak.

The Lyrid Meteor Shower is one of the oldest recorded meteor showers, having first been documented by the Chinese over 2500 years ago! The meteor shower is created by the firey debris coming from comet "Thatcher", that orbits around the sun for almost 415 years. We'll be able to see that comet again in the year 2276!

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