The 2020 Geminid meteor shower is officially earlier its peak, but it continues to be energetic via the weekend with a lot of likely for recognizing a shooting star or two or 10. The official peak of the Geminids came Sunday night time into early Monday, and it certainly sent a great deal of capturing stars and a several vibrant, gradual fireballs from my frigid, dim-sky area in the Sangre de Cristo mountains in New Mexico. But with just a sliver of the moon seen much of this week, and there really should continue to be some meteor exercise to see.
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