Geminid Meteor Shower

Plan to stay up late or get up early on the 13th and 14th of December when the Gemini Meteor Showers will peak between midnight and 2am. It’s not the best time of the year for watching meteors in Minnesota but we know there won’t be mosquitoes. The night sky should be dark as we’re approaching a new moon on the 18th. If the skies are clear it should be a fabulous show.

Our ground is covered in snow but a sleeping bag and a lawn chair or a hammock strung in a relatively open area should provide warmth and comfort for the show.

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