An Extra Active Meteor Shower Is Coming To An Extra Dark Sky In 2022 And It Should Be Quite A Show Over West Virginia
The whole universe is celebrating the coming of 2022! Apparently, the galaxy was booked on New Year’s Eve this year, though, because the big midnight party in the sky isn’t happening until midnight on January 3, 2022. The name of this galactic New Year’s Bash? The Quadrantids Meteor Shower.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
Will you be up with a cup of coffee in the wee hours of January 4, looking for meteors? What a memorable way to start a new year. To make the most of the viewing, find a nice dark sky to gaze into (this shouldn’t be hard – West Virginia is full of ’em!).
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