Gaze into the northeastern sky on a clear night this holiday season, and you may be fortunate enough to see the Geminid meteor shower. It’s one of the year’s biggest and brightest shooting star shows. So, put on a coat, grab a mug of hot cocoa, step outside, and look up.

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Consider heading toward the Canadian border – where you’ll find some of the darkest skies in the Lower 48 – to see the Geminid meteor shower in Minnesota. In fact, Voyageurs National Park is a certified Dark Sky Park. And the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is the biggest Dark Sky Sanctuary in the world.

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