1: Watch the Lyrid meteor shower! Look up on April 21-22 for a celestial show.

2: Find a dark spot away from city lights. Patience is key for spotting shooting stars.

3: Bring a blanket or chair to lay back and enjoy the meteor shower.

4: The best viewing time is after midnight when the dark sky enhances visibility.

5: Dress warmly and bring snacks for a comfortable night of stargazing.

6: Keep your eyes on the sky and look for fast-moving meteors during the peak.

7: Capture the moment by bringing a camera to snap photos of the night sky.

8: Share your experience with friends and family to spread the joy of stargazing.

9: Remember to make a wish on a shooting star and appreciate the beauty of nature.