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Geminids Meteor Shower is usually observed between the times of December 4th to December 16th, with its peak activity being around December 14th at 1:20am. The Geminids Meteor Shower owes its name to the constellation Gemini, where it seems to emerge from the sky. It can be observed from locations all over the world. It’s not necessary to look at a certain area or direction, but astronomers say to look towards the south to view the Geminids. The best view to look at the Geminids is at night, after sunset and a little before sunrise.

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