One Of The Biggest Meteor Showers Of The Year Will Be Visible In Arizona In December

We’re about to close out an entire decade, and what better way to send it off than with an explosive meteor shower? The Geminids are set to light up the Arizona night sky on December 13-14, and it’s one of the most spectacular celestial events of the year.

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Have you ever seen the Geminid meteor shower? Will you be watching this year? Let us know your thoughts and plans.

Make sure to check out our previous article for another chance to see dark skies: This Iconic U.S. Destination Is The Newest Dark Sky Park And You’ll Want To Go Stargaze.

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