How To View Tonight’s Geminid Meteor Shower

The Geminid meteor shower will produce up to 120 meteors per hour and is being described by astronomers as the most intense meteor shower of the year. “Under a clear, dark sky, you may see at least one Geminid per minute on average from roughly 10 p.m. Thursday until dawn Friday morning,” says Sky & Telescope’s Alan MacRobert.

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