Live broadcast from 13 to 14 December 2016 from the Canary Islands, Spain. 2 high resolution camera.
Night of the 14th and the night of 15 will provide the best opportunities to see Geminids given good weather. Last year, Norwegian meteor network cameras recorded, over 100 Geminid during nighttime between 14 and 15 December, and we could make the following illustration showing how Geminids appear to radiate from a single point in the sky
Broadcast from the professional astronomical observatory.
Radiant is in the constellation of Gemini near Castor. Supposedly, the thread associated with the asteroid 3200 Phaethon (1983 TB).
But this does not mean that you need to look at meteor radiant.
Meteors typically occur in different parts of the sky opposite to the radiant.
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