Geminids Meteor Shower

The Geminids meteor shower, usually one of the most spectacular showers of the year, runs from December 4 to 17 annually. The number of meteors ramped up to a peak before dawn on December 14. Then the number rapidly tapered off. Geminids meteors are often bright, intensely colored, and slower moving than average because they are produced by particles dropped by an asteroid designated 3200 Phaethon. 

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