Stunning Geminid Meteor Shower Wows Skywatchers: Photos
by Mike Wall, SPACE.com Senior Writer
Date: 14 December 2012 Time: 07:02 AM ET
Astrophotographer Mark Ezell sent in this photo of a Geminid meteor taken Dec. 13, 2012, in Lometa, TX.
CREDIT: Mark Ezell
The Geminids' peak was supposed to be good this year, as it occurred in a sky left dark by the new moon. Experts had predicted that viewers in rural areas might see 100 meteors per hour early Friday morning (Dec. 14) — and perhaps even more.
Judging by the reactions of some SPACE.com readers, the Geminids did not disappoint.
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