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[EarthSkyNewsLogo]( April 11 Small Asteroid to Pass Close Monday by: [FaceBookShare]( [TwitterShare]( [color-instagram-96.png]( [color-link-96.png]( [Edit Block](#) [Duplicate Block](#) [Delete Block](#) The orbit of small asteroid 2021 GW4 is shown in white. Earth's orbit is in blue. Image via NASA/ JPL. [Heads up! Small asteroid to pass very close on Monday]( A recently detected small asteroid - designated 2021 GW4 - will pass extremely close to Earth tomorrow, just 12,313 miles (19,816 km) from Earth's surface, or about 5% the Earth-moon distance … closer than geostationary satellites. Amateur astronomers using telescopes can see it tonight, passing in the direction of the galaxy Messier 95. [Read more](. [Mars helicopter’s 1st flight is delayed]( NASA said yesterday that, based on data from the Mars helicopter Ingenuity that came in late Friday, the helicopter's first flight won't be today. Instead, it'll be no earlier than Wednesday, April 14. NASA said in a status update yesterday: "During a high-speed spin test of the rotors on Friday, the command sequence controlling the test ended early due to a [watchdog timer]( expiration …" [Read more](. [Hubble spots double quasars in merging galaxies]( Astronomers said this week that they've spotted 2 rare double [quasars](. Each pair is thought to reside in the midst of merging galaxies, in the very distant universe. Astronomers estimate that only one in 1,000 quasars is double. To find these, astronomers used a series of telescopes, in a methodical unraveling of the mystery in which bright, apparently single quasars might actually be double. [Read more](. [2021 Lyrid meteor shower: All you need to know]( The annual Lyrid meteor shower is coming. It's the shower that always breaks the meteor drought that happens each year from January through mid-April. The Lyrids are active each year from about April 16 to 25. In 2021, we expect the shower to pick up steam beginning late at night Monday, April 19, probably peaking in the predawn hours on Thursday, April 22. The following morning (April 23) might be good too, if you're game. [📱🌙🌌 Astronomy pop sockets and ring holders in stock at The EarthSky Store!]( These nifty products make it easy for you to use your phone with one hand. You can easily send a text, take a selfie or browse the internet without dropping your phone! [Check out the latest science and astronomy inspired merchandise at The EarthSky Store today.]( All [EarthSky Store]( proceeds go toward keeping you updated on your cosmos and world at [EarthSky.org]( 🚀🙏🏼 [Before they disappear, watch for Orion and Sirius]( One easy pattern to find at this time of year is the magnificent constellation Orion the Hunter, now descending in the west after sunset. Orion contains a noticeable pattern of 3 medium-bright stars in a short straight row. These stars represent Orion's Belt. If you can find Orion, you can use it to star hop to [Sirius]( the sky's brightest star, in the constellation Canis Major. As Earth revolves around the sun, both Orion and Sirius are about to disappear for a while. They always drop into the sun's glare shortly after this time of year, as Earth's motion in orbit brings the sun between us and them. Look for them while you can, soon after the sun goes down! [Read more](. [Great chance to spot a very young moon April 12]( [View at EarthSky Community Photos](. | [New moon]( - when the moon will be most nearly between the Earth and sun for this month - will come early in the day on [April 12](. That means you have an opportunity to spot an exceedingly young moon that evening. For those in central North America and farther east, the moon will be less than 24 hours old: a great sky-watching challenge and a satisfying feat if you accomplish it. West of there, the moon will be aging, and so easier to see, but still very beautiful. [Read more about spotting this week's very young moon](. Can you spot the young moon in this October 2020 photo by [Radu Anghel]( in Bacau, Romania? If you can't, [view it larger](. Radu wrote: "A very young moon, only 20 hours old. Easy and wonderful to spot even with binoculars, 20 min after the sunset." Thank you, Radu. [Submit your photo to EarthSky here!]( Subscribe & Support Did a friend forward EarthSkyNews to you? [Click here to get your own subscription.]( Want to help support EarthSky? Forward this email to a friend. Share our content via your social media. Consider a [donation.]( Go [shopping at the EarthSky Store.]( Thank you for your support! by: [Like us on Facebook]( [Follow us on Twitter]( [Instagram]( [Website]( [Edit Block](#) [Duplicate Block](#) [Delete Block](#) [update your profile]( | [unsubscribe](

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