The annual Geminid Meteor Shower is set to peak on Dec. 13 and 14, 2012. The display, which is caused by an unusual ‘rock comet,’ could produce more than 100 meteors per hour during the dark hours before dawn this Thursday and Friday.
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12 thoughts on “Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks on Dec. 13-14”
but it can’t affect the heart,no?
In the Cont. USA, which direction should we be viewing to see these and will it change throughout the evening?
They stream from a point in the sky within the boundaries of the constellation Gemini, but will be seen in all parts of the sky. Just look up! One to two hours after midnight should be the best viewing.
will i see it in scotland?
Are the Geminid meteors going to interact with Asteroid 4179 when it passes this week?
I’m afraid!!! Will this affect the asteroid that will flyby
Does this have anything to do with 2012
esto es lo que encontre mas cercano a la fecha 12-12-12 en la pagina oficial de la nassa al menos, dejame que te veo otras noticias en los periodicos..
What about THE Planetoid 887 Alinda ???
I live in the bay area (California) and I am wondering if I can see them and where. Could you please answer these questions? Thank you.
It is very cloudy in Scotland I won’t be able to see it 🙁 only since last night did it start to get cloudy typical!
I saw it, and its awesome!!
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