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The Geminids meteor shower peaks this weekend, with hundreds of multicoloured shooting stars. Here’s how to watch. – Business Insider Australia

The Geminids meteor shower is likely to flaunt the brightest shooting stars of 2020. It peaks Sunday night.

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The Geminids meteor shower is likely to flaunt the brightest shooting stars of 2020. It peaks Sunday night.
The shower is expected to produce about 120 yellow, green, orange, red, and blue shooting stars per hour. The brightest of these meteors leave glowing trails in their wake.
The moon won’t outshine any of the meteors, since it will hang dark and nearly invisible in the night sky.
“It’s worth braving the cold during this shower’s peak,” Diana Hannikainen, observing editor at Sky & Telescope,…

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