The Boldest And Biggest Meteor Shower Of The Year Will Be On Display Above Kansas In December
By Lisa Sammons|Published November 22, 2022
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Fans of stargazing in Kansas are always in for a treat. The fact that so much of the Sunflower State is rural means that you can get a great glimpse of the constellations with no interference from city lights. Come early December, things will get even better with one of the biggest and brightest celestial events in Kansas. The Geminid meteor shower occurs each year and is incredibly visible from much of the northern hemisphere. Assuming there isn’t a lot of bad weather or cloud cover during the time that the meteors are particularly active, we should have an especially good view in the Sunflower State. Interested in learning how to observe this beautiful celestial event in Kansas? Read on to find out more.