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April's Celestial Event: Comet C/1861 G1 's Debris Share

It is not something you might want to take lightly. The Earth is getting bombarded with Deep Impact around the world from Comets, Asteroid, Meteors and just recently Comet C/1861 G1 's debris. The Comet C/1861 G1 was discovered in 1861 and its orbital period around the Earth every 415 years which is considered a long-period comet. It brings along the  April Lyrid meteor showers

Now remember that our Lord Jesus Christ was crucified on Passion Friday in which it turned out to be this Friday April 14, 2017. The Bible tells us that there will be signs in the heavens. So this magnificent Celestial Event is in correlation when Jesus's Christ flesh died at the Cross at Gr over 2,000 years was noted that the skies turned dark and there was an earthquake. This Comet C1861 G1 must be a very special comet because it is the finale to Lent Season of our Lord's Jesus Christ.

What is amazing is that the Lyrids, has been observed in the night sky mid April for atleat 2, 500 years, according to NASA scientist. Is this Jesus's Christ Comet which he brings to us on Earth the Best viewed fireworks Celestial Spectacle Event. The Lyrids, so named because they appear to originate from the constellation Lyra (The Lyre).

On 21 – 22 of April you can see Lyra rise at around 11PM (local time) from the north east and continue to rise high into the sky towards the south east during the darkest hours of the night sky. A screencap from Stellarium showing the radiant of the Lyrids located near the star Vega of the constellation Lyra. The fifth-brightest star of the sky, alpha Lyr, called Vega (arabic for “stone eagle”), radiates from the top of Lyra with a pure white colour. Together with alpha Cyg, Deneb , and alpha Aql, Atair, Vega forms the famous asterism, the Summer Triangle (shown  below).

This past Sunday hundreds of witness in Australia were witnesses to part of the Celestial Event.

Getting near to April New Moon, at April 22, 2017 the comet will bring best highest meteor show results.

The Lyrid meteor show celestial event will continue on April 22, 2017 looking East a few hours before Midnight  at 11 PM with approximately 14 meteor shows before dawn per hour or sometimes over 100 from the North East.