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Geminids Meteor Shower Tomorrow


User_Removed 12 3.3k Russian Federation
13 Dec 2007 4:30PM
Just to give a reminder that tomorrow (Friday) night, into Saturday morning will see the annual Geminids meteor shower. Given the the current cold snap and clear conditions, apparently there's a decent chance of a good show if you can be bothered to drag yourself out (and aren't too drunk).

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MikeFisher 11 202 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2007 4:42PM
Big, big thanks James, would have missed this without your reminder.
and thanks for link Smile

Mike
dougv 12 8.4k 3 England
13 Dec 2007 5:43PM
In Europe there is a good chance that we will start seeing the Geminid's tonight as it says in the Sky & Telescope article.
Best be on the lookout tonight in case tomorrow is cloudy.
justin c 13 4.8k 36 England
13 Dec 2007 5:44PM
Thanks for the heads up.
samfurlong 10 2.5k United Kingdom
13 Dec 2007 11:54PM
Hmmm might have a go and see if I can better my one of the perseid meteors from August.
Anyone in the cotswolds fancy a night on Rodborough common where it's nice and dark?
cambirder 12 7.2k England
14 Dec 2007 12:01AM
Bugger, just went for a peak and its 100% cloud cover (1st time in days) and the forecast is for 5 more days the same.
uggyy 11 2.1k 9 Scotland
14 Dec 2007 12:29AM
same here, clouds all the way.. Suppose its just a case of looking on spaceweather.com to see what we missed :-(
dougv 12 8.4k 3 England
14 Dec 2007 12:33AM

Quote:The strongest and most reliable meteor showers are the Perseids of August and Decemberís Geminids. Balmy weather and summer vacations have made the Perseids well known and popular, but the Geminids are actually easier to view from mid-northern latitudes. For one thing, nights are much longer in December. And while the Perseids are best viewed before dawn (as most showers are), the Geminids offer excellent viewing starting in mid- to late evening.


According to Sky & Telescope.

I think they forgot to mention that it's much much colder in December!
Wink

Just looked and it's still clear here in West Yorkshire.
uggyy 11 2.1k 9 Scotland
14 Dec 2007 12:37AM
It can be a cracker Doug....

Seen some beuts with this one before in years gone past.

Tommy
elowes 12 2.8k United Kingdom
14 Dec 2007 4:18PM
Lucky bloody namby pamby northerners. Down here in the tough west country we can't see bugger all of the sky.
brian1208 Plus
13 11.2k 12 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2007 4:27PM
Happen they'll punch holes in the cloud just before they crash down on Dorset. We'll see beggar all otherwise - thick cloud here too!
Hanners Plus
10 875 10 Ireland
14 Dec 2007 4:59PM

Quote:Just looked and it's still clear here in West Yorkshire


...well it aint anymore Smile
MikeFisher 11 202 United Kingdom
14 Dec 2007 5:27PM
Derbyshires cloudy, foggy even - in places Sad
Carabosse Plus
13 40.4k 269 England
14 Dec 2007 6:06PM
Oh well, I guess we'll have to wait another year....
Draig37 9 249 Wales
14 Dec 2007 6:21PM
blinking cloud here - but thanks for the 'heads-up'

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