One thing I love is space and science when it all comes together it creates some cool thing and Christmas lights won’t be the only thing lighting up the night sky this week. From now until December 17th we have a chance to see meteors at night as part of the Geminid meteor shower.
Hopefully, Mother Nature will give us some clear skies to check out the night skies on December 13th & 14th, when the meteor shower is at its brightest peak. We may be able to see 150 meteors that will shower the sky each hour.
Although One issue with seeing Geminid during its peak? The full moon we will be encountering may compete for attention and block some of the meteor shower’s visibility. So your best bet is to boogie out of the city lights and get to your favorite dark spot to take in this natural phenomenon