You can see a chance meteor streak through the sky all year round — they're what most people call "shooting stars" — but at certain times of year, we get a particularly rousing performance. One of the final productions from the theater in the sky each year comes in the form of the Geminids, a bright shower of meteors that gets a stargazing boost from December's crisp, clear nights.
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Written by Ashley Hamer December 6, 2017
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