Get Set for the Geminids Meteor Shower!

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Hubble Space Telescope image of largest known population of globular clusters, in Abell 1689 galaxy grouping. Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Hubble Space Telescope image of largest known population of globular clusters, in Abell 1689 galaxy grouping. Image Credit: NASA/ESA



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THUNDER BAY – SPACE -The Geminids are one of the most spectacular meteor shower of the year, with the possibility of sighting around 120 meteors per hour at its peak, which is tonight and tomorrow (Dec. 13-14).

If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, they should be visible right after dark. If you’re in the Southern Hemisphere, try your luck after midnight!

Too cloudy to admire the Geminids meteor shower in your region?

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