The Boldest And Biggest Meteor Shower Of The Year Will Be On Display Above Montana In December
Every year, one of the most spectacular meteor displays dazzles stargazers around the world. The Geminid meteor shower is active in December, typically peaking in intensity on or around December 14th, with its activity ceasing around the Christmas holiday. For the most optimal dark sky viewing in a beautiful location, you should put watching the Geminid meteor shower in Montana on your bucket list.
Have you viewed the Geminid meteor shower from Glacier National Park, or perhaps from somewhere else in Montana? If not, will you be making your trip to Montana this December to view the incredible cosmic display? We’d love to hear your plans or experiences in the comments.
Jessica is a storm chaser, photographer, meteorologist, and writer from Colorado. As a native of this beautiful state, she grew up with a love of the outdoors, and today enjoys hiking, rafting, skiing, and photographing landscapes and storms. She is also a mom to a beautiful little girl and loves life as an entrepreneur which allows her to be fully present for her daughter.