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    Default Geminid meteor shower



    Just a reminder to those interested that the Geminid meteor shower this week Dec13-14.
    Unfortunately as usual it's forcast to be overcast in my corner of the world.
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    Default Re: Geminid meteor shower

    I'll be under the cloud too. AGAIN!!
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    Default Re: Geminid meteor shower

    Watching the snow falling...
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    Default Re: Geminid meteor shower

    Meteor shower, conjunction, transit, eclipse, all synonyms for bad sky.

    For the lunar eclipse in January, I am planning on setting up three scopes on the wrong side of the house. That way, the clouds will stage themselves in the wrong direction and I'll sneak out with another scope at the appointed time. Hopefully, I will not be noticed for a while.
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    Default Re: Geminid meteor shower

    Was out tonight...caught a couple of Geminids! Probably the only ones I'll see....weather forecast for the rest of the week looks pretty bad

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    Default Re: Geminid meteor shower

    Unless one Geminid hits the backyard, there will be just nothing, here.

    Best,

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    Default Re: Geminid meteor shower

    Miraculously, the forecast is for clear skies here. I will be watching.
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    Default Re: Geminid meteor shower

    Thanks for the heads up!
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    It's clear tonight and I have a camera trap set up, so watch all the meteors fire off in the opposite direction. No I don't have more than one camera! Donations welcome.
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    I saw two! Now hoping my camera has got some.
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