Thursday, December 12, 2013

Will Geminids Meteor Shower 2013 Storm Imminent and more Fireballs to show this time?

The Geminids Meteor Shower 2013 on December 12-14, 2013 is another exciting and should be the last astronomical event for the year 2013 to watch for as the meteor showers of December is very well known to produce lots of fireballs as this just in an enormous fireball in Arizona believe to have exploded as the 2013 Annual Geminids Meteor Shower is here again were in the night sky will be lighted for the last time this year of 2013 and rest assured that there will be rain of fire caused by a popular meteor shower called Geminids and it’s gonna be the final major meteor shower which is predicted to produce about 50 meteors per hour or more and even though 2013 is not to predicted to yield meteor storm compare with perseids, the geminids is really worth watching for as it blazes the night sky with all it’s glories sometimes producing fireballs and exploding meteor called bolides which peaks on the night of December 12-14 and it is a favorite shower, because this month as the new moon guarantees a dark sky on the peak night of the Geminid shower as once again the month of December will be presented with an astronomical event where in you will see tons of meteor showers streaking across the sky with trails if permitted with clear skies as always be the disclaimer and if lucky enough you got to see Exploding Fireballs or Bollides with sonic boom sound that leave persistent trains which i already mention time after time:D So better watch and locate the constellation Gemini aka “The Twins” and look were the Geminids will emanate or radiate and also look for point meteors if there’s any and as night time approaches many are excited to view this event of raining of fire and impressive display of meteors showers which could hit up to 50 meteors per hour or more during it’s peak and during a burst of meteor storm which many Astronomers believed as soon as Earth hits the densest patch of comet 3200 Phaethon’s detritus or stream of debris and that is where this comet’s offspring emerges, I hope so again, please?:D Look for some streaming Geminids Meteor Shower 2013 as they offer free viewing online via the internet or thru your backyard or if you have rooftop where you can see the wide sky and check the internet for the latest updates and live coverage of the Geminids Meteor Shower 2012 astronomical event which will emanate in the constellation Gemini aka The Twins on the night of December 13-14, 2012 where the Legendary Geminids which is the remnant of the very famous comet 3200 Phaethon which is the progenitor comet of geminids and when the Earth passes through the dense cloud of the 3200 Phaethon comet’s flakes hitting the atmosphere that is were we got to see the Geminids in action. Finally, the Geminids Meteor Shower 2013 is going to be live on streaming online via slooh, sopcast, ustream and justin tv and find out if the Geminids meteor shower 2013 will be spectacular and will produce fireball or bolides just like the Perseids because astronomers believed that Geminids rates can get as high as 50 or more during it’s peak and fyi the Geminid meteor shower is named after the constellation Gemini, which is located in roughly the same point of the night sky where the Geminid meteor shower appears to originate. Geminids are pieces of debris from 3200 Phaethon, basically a rocky skeleton of a comet that lost most of its meat and skin — its outer covering of ice — after too many close encounters with the sun. Most meteors meet the Earth’s atmosphere, burning up in a brilliant light show, when the planet passes through the tail of a comet as the comet’s orbit nears the Earth. Strangely, the Geminids appear not when a comet’s tail swings by, but when the Earth comes in contact with the particles associated with an indistinct, rocky object that doesn’t have a tail, detected by NASA in 1983 and named 3200 Phaethon. Scientists speculate that 3200 Phaethon may be a chip from a nearby asteroid and even though astronomers were a little bit disappointed by comet ison kamikaze in the sun the predictions for the 2013 showers somehow should be reliable, although astronomers have tried to publish exact predictions in recent years, meteor showers remain notoriously unpredictable not at least likely the same where others would predict that it’s going to be the end of the world again for some if comet ison 2013 survive the fly-by with the sun last month:D

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