http://earthsky.org/space/new-meteor-shower-might-coincide-with-2012-geminids

http://earthsky.org/space/new-meteor-shower-might-coincide-with-2012-geminids

2012 Geminids meteor shower viewing times and information at Spacedex.com

2012 Geminids meteor shower viewing times and information at Spacedex.com

Your garage door is the largest moving object and potentially the most dangerous one in your home, yet it's the one that often goes without needed maintenance.

Your garage door is the largest moving object and potentially the most dangerous one in your home, yet it's the one that often goes without needed maintenance.

me: i always wanted to see a meteor shower :) - parents: the meteor shower last night was amazing! me: *screams at everything*

me: i always wanted to see a meteor shower :) - parents: the meteor shower last night was amazing! me: *screams at everything*

A photograph of a meteor streaking between the Big Dipper and Polaris on January 4, 2012 in Salt Lake City, Utah

A galaxy not so far away: Salt Lake City photographer captures spectacular images of our own Milky Way arched over the pillars and canyons of Utah

A photograph of a meteor streaking between the Big Dipper and Polaris on January 4, 2012 in Salt Lake City, Utah

Mantis Society Study Center: EarthSky News - Nov 28 - Night-Shining Clouds Over...

Mantis Society Study Center: EarthSky News - Nov 28 - Night-Shining Clouds Over...

Saw my first meteor shower tonight. It was beautiful. It's in full swing for the next 24hr don't miss it

Saw my first meteor shower tonight. It was beautiful. It's in full swing for the next 24hr don't miss it

Tomorrow before dawn – May 6, 2017 – keep watching for Eta Aquariid meteors to streak the nighttime from about 3 a.m. until dawn. In a dark sky, especially at latitudes in the Southern Hemisphere, the Eta Aquariids can produce up to 20 to 40 meteors per hour, or more…

Tomorrow before dawn – May 6, 2017 – keep watching for Eta Aquariid meteors to streak the nighttime from about 3 a.m. until dawn. In a dark sky, especially at latitudes in the Southern Hemisphere, the Eta Aquariids can produce up to 20 to 40 meteors per hour, or more…

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