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Rock Comet Meteor Shower – NASA Science December 11, 2012

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Rock Comet Meteor Shower – NASA Science.

Geminid Meteors peak Thursday night/Friday morning. Find out more about the strange source of this shower in this Science at NASA story. If you have 4 minutes, there’s a nice video.

It just might be clear tomorrow morning, so be sure to look SE between 6:30 and 7 AM to catch Saturn, Venus, Mercury, and the Moon. You might be able to catch the very old moon tomorrow morning, then the very young moon on Thursday at sunset. Binoculars are very helpful.

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