Do not Miss Geminids Show

Do not Miss Geminids Show

The Taipei Astronomical Museum has announced that the Geminids are expected to show a wonderful meteor shower, which will be at its peak on Dec. 13-14. It shall be noted that this meteor shower is going to outshine every other meteor showers taking place this year.

Things will get more beautiful, as the moon will not be present on above mentioned dates. The Geminids are said to be one of the meteor showers which is quite prolific in nature. If to agree with the museum officials then the meteor shower is going to produce 120 meteors in an hour.

Experts affirmed that the Geminids got their name from its origin place, which was the constellation Gemini. They are formed of debris, which is from 3200 Phaethon. It has been said that early morning of December 14 will be the best time to watch Geminids adventure. However, if you are a lover of meteor shower and do not want to miss the complete show then do not miss those few early zingers.

"With no moon to ruin the show, 2012 presents a most favorable year for watching the grand finale of the meteor showers", said experts. It is expected that one witnesses the great meteor shower.


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