No Flat Earth Explanation For Geminid Meteor Showers

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The Geminid meteor shower peaks the night of December 13th throughout the world. It’s a show you don’t want to miss as upwards of 100 shooting stars will be visible every hour.

Set those calendars for December 13th and 14th! The king of all meteor showers — the Geminids — will peak the night of Thursday the 13th and early morning hours of Friday the 14th. The shower is notorious for featuring upwards of 100+ shooting stars per hour every December. And, the relatively slow speed of the Geminids allows us to see them longer in the night sky. But it doesn’t stop there! Geminid meteors ionize the air around them, leaving glowing trails as they streak across the sky. The Geminid meteor shower is also known for producing numerous fireballs at its peak.

Fireballs are essentially very, very bright shooting stars that can sometimes light up the entire sky and ground around you! These are not as common as regular shooting stars, but if you are fortunate enough to catch one, it is an incredible sight.

The moon will be be roughly 35% illuminated Thursday evening, meaning moonlight will likely wash out some of the smaller, not-as-bright meteors. However, the moon sets here in Michiana around 11:15 p.m. Thursday. That means it won’t interfere with any meteor viewing after midnight, which happens to be the best time for viewing! The window to see the most shooting stars is between midnight and 5 a.m. local time.

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Flat earthers have no scientific explanation for how the Geminid meteor showers occur, let alone a formula for figuring out when they will happen in the future.

Flat earthers have no scientific explanation for how the sun appears in the 12 constellations, while the path of the sun and constellations supposedly contracts and expands throughout the year.

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