One of the most beautiful meteor showers will illuminate the Canadian sky for next week and you do not want to miss it. The meteor shower of Geminids culminates on December 13 and 14.
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In the course of its peak it will have every 120 stars of missiles, so it is one of the most famous light performances of the year, by time and date. This would be a mad look, because every minute they saw two meteors around the sky.
The Geminid meteor shower is already active, but reaches its spectacular peak on December 13 and 14 in Canada. The meteorological shower will be active until December 17, so you will have plenty of time to capture some fire stars.
The best time to watch the meteor shower is around 2:00 in local time Earth of the sky. For the Geminid meteor shower you can expect meteors that are bold, white and fast.
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So what's the best way to take this light show? Fortunately, you do not need any fantastic equipment, just clear skies to watch dozens of stars filmed in the sky. The best thing you have to do to maximize the viewing of the stars is to go to a lighter spot that is not close to the city lights like a quiet neighborhood, a park outside the city or the top of a mountain.
You can learn more about meteor water and the best times you can watch on the Time & Date page.
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