Meteor Shower India: ‘We are under the one sky’ formations massage display on your facebook profile once you’ll open it. Now you are thinking how it can be possible? Yes, it’s possible because of Sky Gazers known as Geminid meteor shower can be watch from Wednesday (13 December) night to December 14 (early morning). It will be display as a celestial way and people will have to move out of the glare of city lights to one of the darker region, announced by Debiprosad Duari.
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No need to worry about eye affection because you can watch this shower show without any telescope or binoculars because this magical you can capture in your eye without any protection lens.
It is predicted that Gemini meteor shower 2017 in India would be on the peak at its maximum around 1:00 AM – 2:00 AM on December 14. Gemini meteor will be aerial in the sky and with the lots of meteors reach up to 120/hour.
Debiprosad Duari said, “This year the Geminid meteor shower in India is predicted to peak on the night of December 13 and the early morning of December 14. The shower will start at around 10 pm on December 13 when the Gemini constellation will be visible in the north-eastern sky, a little above and right of the familiar Orion constellation,”.
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Duari added, “Though the meteors tend to originate from the Gemini constellation, they can be observed from most parts of the sky. Since the meteors are relatively slow moving, the bright streaks of light will be easily visible and one does not need a binocular or telescope to enjoy the show while lying on an open ground away from city lights,”
This magical view first saw in the 1862 when Geminid meteor showers reached this level from an asteroid named 3200 Phaethon. That time it had shown like orbit and shooting stars were visible as a great scene that day. This year on December 13- December 14 again this magical time is coming with the moon almost absent from the sky and you’ll enjoy the shower night also enjoyable this awesome and lovely eye-catching thing of Geminid meteor shower 2017 in India.
Piece of metallic, stone, rocks and dust travel in the space known as meteoroids. The fastest meteoroid move about 42km per second.
Comets chunks of ice with lots of dust and debris come very close to the sun. And due to radiation of the sun ice melts and dust with stony rocks are left behind the comet’s orbit.
He again added, “If the Earth, in its yearly motion around the Sun happens to pass through such a trail of debris of dust particles, the small dust particles enter the Earth’s atmosphere with considerable speed.”