RoadFish Releases the 7 Tips to Watch the Geminid Meteor Shower Tonight
RoadFish meteor watching expert gives his 7 tips for getting the most out of the Geminid meteor shower tonight.
San Diego CA (PRWEB) December 14, 2011
Mens website RoadFish.com released today it’s top 7 tips for watching the Geminid meteor shower tonight. While RoadFish is normally a finance oriented website it also gives tips on living life well for the successful man.
The article gives 7 very practical and lighthearted tips for enjoying tonights Geminid meteor shower. Further information on the meteor shower can be found at USA today.
Tip Number 4 from the article at RoadFish. “Go with someone cool, or go alone.”
Most of the time is spent lying on your back with nothing going on. It is an amazing time to really bond, share secrets, and share dreams. If the person is not totally cool, this is the one to leave them at home on
Stardate.org gives futher information on what a meteor shower is. “An increase in the number of meteors at a particular time of year is called a meteor shower.
Comets shed the debris that becomes most meteor showers. As comets orbit the Sun, they shed an icy, dusty debris stream along the comet’s orbit. If Earth travels through this stream, we will see a meteor shower. Depending on where Earth and the stream meet, meteors appear to fall from a particular place in the sky, maybe within the neighborhood of a constellation.
Meteor showers are named by the constellation from which meteors appear to fall, a spot in the sky astronomers call the radiant. For instance, the radiant for the Leonid meteor shower is located in the constellation Leo. The Perseid meteor shower is so named because meteors appear to fall from a point in the constellation Perseus.”
RoadFish has released it’s 7 practical tips for viewing the Geminid meteor shower tonight, and can be viewed at RoadFish.com
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