Only because you're watching it at 10,000 times actual speed. In real time you'd be bored to tears!
https://earthsky.org/astronomy-essentia ... eor-showerLyrid Meteor Shower
The annual Lyrid meteor shower is active each year from about April 16 to 25. In 2020, we expect the shower to pick up beginning late at night on Sunday, April 19, 2020, probably peaking in the predawn hours on Wednesday, April 22. The follow morning (April 23) might be good too, if you’re game. This shower comes after a months-long meteor drought that always falls between early January and April’s Lyrid shower each year. There are no major meteor shower during those months, as you can see by looking at EarthSky’s meteor shower guide. By April, many meteor-watchers are itching to get going! So – though they produce only 10 to 15 meteors per hour at their peak – the Lyrids are always welcome!
I spent an hour (and two cups of coffee) this morning watching between 3 and 4 am on my front porch. Nada. I'm looking SSE so pretty much in the exact wrong direction (Lyra would be NNE). I could sit on my back patio but light pollution in that direction pretty much thwarts that view. Yes, I see the irony ...
"You're looking in the wrong direction!"
"Yea, but I can't see much in the right one."
The paper lady (same one for the last two decades I think) still only has one customer on our court. Bless her heart. She drives about 50 mph down our long cul-de-sac, cigarette in one hand, cell phone in the other (driving with her knee I presume), as she expertly throws the one paper to my neighbor two doors down and across from me. Direct hit right in the center of the driveway. No small feat at that speed; she doesn't even slow down.
I wonder what she saw!