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Geminid meteors set to light up chilly December night sky

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Christmas trees are shining on every corner. Hanukkah begins tonight, with menorah candles to brighten homes and hearts. But if you really want to see a spectacular December light show, you might just go outdoors and look into the dark night sky. The Geminid meteor showers will light up the heavens late on Thursday and early on Friday. If the skies are clear, this year’s event could be extra special. “The Geminids is one of ...

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