Mysterious Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight

9:47 a.m. on December 13, 2010 (EST)
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Gemini fireball over the Mojave Desert in 2009. (Credit: Wally Pacholka / AstroPics.com / TWAN)  The most intense (one might say "the best") meteor shower of the year peaks tonight. The Geminid meteor shower can be seen from almost any point on Earth and at its peak, with a clear dark sky, you can see 50 to 80 meteors per hour. The shower is believed to be intensifying each year, and under o...

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