Meteors from the Geminid meteor shower, which peaks on the night of Wednesday, December 13, on the morning of Thursday, December 14, could be particularly bright this year.
The moon during that peak will decrease, showing only one splinter, less than 20 percent of its total.
The Geminids are known as particularly bright meteors, especially when crossing dark night skies, which should be from December 13 to 14 of this year.
have also shown rates as high as 120 meteors per hour.
The best view should be around 2 a.m., and this could be a good year to get away from the lights of the city and go out into the country.
The Geminds are named after the Gemini constellation in the nearby northeastern sky, from which they seem to emanate. However, with meteors running through the sky, it is not necessary to locate that apparent point of origin.
They are remains of asteroid 3200 Phaeton, which is believed to have collided with another object to produce the particles that now create the meteorite. shower.
Geminid meteor shower was recorded for the first time in 1833.