Watch Up To 100 Meteors Per Hour In The First Meteor Shower Of 2020, Visible From Kentucky

As we head into a new year, there are 12 months of new experiences and adventures that lie ahead. As a new year and a new decade, 2020 will begin with a bang thanks to the Quadrantid Meteor Shower that takes place in the overnight and very early hours from January 3rd to January 4th. This is a special event and this meteor shower in Kentucky will hopefully be viewable, if weather conditions are right. Take a look at what makes the Quadrantid Meteor Shower an event in the sky that’s worth setting your alarm for.

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The Quadrantid Meteor Shower in Kentucky is worth getting up very early for, especially if the weather cooperates. Begin your new year and decade with a memorable experience as you watch our skies for fireballs of light. Have you stayed up or gotten up early for a meteor shower? Will you try and catch the Quadrantid Meteor Shower in Kentucky? Let us know in the comments!

And if this interests you, you’ll love learning about the one town in Kentucky that’s built inside an ancient meteorite crate!

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