The Solar Longitude (Abbrev: S.L., λ ☉) is 85.2 degrees, this value is the the date of maximum activity. It is measured as a degree with zero degree indicating spring equinox (roughly March 21st/22nd). 90 is the Summer Solstice, 180 is the Autumn Equinox and 270 is the Winter Solstice. This degree is independent of the calender. AMS .
The coordinates can also be determined by the Right Ascension (280.3) and the Declination (55).
The speed/velocity of the Meteor Shower particles is 33 km/s.
|Peak Activity Date||Jun. 15/16|
|Activity Period||June 10-21|
|Solar Longitude / λ ☉||85.2 °|
The image showing the location of June Lyrids was generated using the free application Stellarium.
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|Admin||Wednesday, 12th June 2019 9:02:44 PM|
|Yes, you should be able to see the June Lyrids in Uttar Pradesh (assuming thats what you mean by U.P). You should be able to see the Lyrids from 8 p.m. onwards in a north easterly direction. The shower is visible throughout the night, its radiant point moving north and then west. I see it is a full moon there this year so you might have difficulty seeing it because of the light. In addition to the Lyrids are the T-Herculids, located slightly to the west. Hope you get "Lucky" :) Although the nearest star is Vega, the radiant point is not exactly close by.|
|Lucky yadav||Tuesday, 11th June 2019 2:37:23 PM|
|Can we see this meteor shower in U.P India|