The Boldest And Biggest Meteor Shower Of The Year Will Be On Display Above Cleveland In December
By Nikki Rhoades|Published November 22, 2022
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Even if you’re not an avid stargazer, there’s something undeniably magical about spotting a shooting star. That streak of light across the sky reminds us of just how vast and wonderful the universe is… and soon, you’ll be able to spot these wonders of nature near Cleveland. The annual Geminid meteor shower runs from mid-November to late December each year, and it is known to feature bold, bright meteors. Plus, since it is visible in the Northern Hemisphere and this year’s moon won’t be full, you might even be able to check out this meteor shower in Cleveland. Check it out:
Whenever you spot a meteor shower in Cleveland, it feels like there’s no city more magical. Have you ever seen a shooting star in the area? Tell us about your favorite stargazing spots in the comments!
Looking for an awesome spot near Cleveland to enjoy the meteor shower? Cuyahoga Valley National Park is open 24/7 in many areas, so it’s the perfect place to escape light pollution and experience the wonder of this natural event.
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