One of the most impressive meteor showers will light up the Canadian skies next week and you do not want to miss it. The Geminids meteor shower is arriving on December 13 and 14.
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There will be up to 120 shooting stars every hour during its peak, making it one of the most spectacular light shows of the year, according to the time and date. This would create an incredibly beautiful view, seeing around two meteors through the sky every minute.
The Geminid meteor shower is already active, but will reach its spectacular peak on December 13 and 14 in Canada. The meteor shower will be active until December 17th, so you'll have plenty of time to catch some falling stars.
The best time to watch the meteor shower is around 2am in the morning, according to Earth Heaven. For Geminid meteor shower, you can expect to see meteors that are daring, white and fast.
So what's the best way to get this show of lights? Fortunately, you do not need any sophisticated equipment, just clean skies to watch dozens of shooting stars across the sky. The best thing to do to maximize your star vision is to go to a more secluded location that is not near the city lights, such as a quiet neighborhood, a park away from the city or the top of a mountain.
You can find out more about the meteor shower and the best times to watch on the date and time site.
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