This week, the skies will be filled with the lights of the Geminid meteor shower. Every day between Dec. 7 and Dec. 16 for a few hours around midnight, you will be able to see shooting stars jetting across the sky. People in areas with very low light pollution may see up to 100 meteors a night. The viewing will be especially good this year, because there was a new moon on Dec. 11, making the sky as dark as possible for meteor viewing.
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