If you sit outside long enough this month and gaze at the night sky, there’s a good chance you’ll see a shooting star. The Geminids meteor shower takes place on Dec. 14th, but you’ll be able to see shooting stars through Dec. 24th. In fact, the few days before and after any meteor shower are good times to watch for shooting stars.

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