Watch for the Geminids
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One interesting point about this shower, it's apparently spawned by an asteroid instead of a comet. Also, it's a very young shower. It was first observed in the 1800's.
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2019, guess it's advanced notice? No clue but Thursday the 13th & Friday the 14th do match the attached 2018 forecast.Active from December 4th to December 16th , 2019
The Geminids are usually the strongest meteor shower of the year and meteor enthusiasts are certain to circle December 13 and 14 on their calendars.
I'm not worried about staying warm, but the clouds won't cooperate in NJ. I was just happy to see the sliver of moon for a while tonight.chumley wrote:you just need to figure out how to stay warm away from light pollution.