How to watch Geminid Meteor Shower

Considered by many to be the best meteor shower in the heavens, the Geminids are known to produce up to 60 multicolored meteors per hour at their peak while some claimed it to be more. Like the Quadrantids, Geminids is the other meteor shower not originated from a comet. The Geminid showers is originally from 3200 Phaethon asteriod and was named Geminid because it appears to radiate from the constellation of Gemini.

1. Go to a big dark open space where no city lights. Beaches or on a hilltop is ideal.
2. Give your eyes time to adapt the darkness.
3. Most Geminids falls on the wee hours after midnight, December 14-15 around 1-2am. Don't go to your location early and drink while waiting, you will be in drunken stupor when the celestial showcase unfolds.

4. Watch the shower from the eastern sky specifically towards the constellation of Gemini. Dunno where it is but just keep looking at the vastness of the night sky.
5. Bring a friend to help you comb the sky.

6. Don't forget to bring a camera, this might be the last meteor of the lifetime.
7. Night can be chilly, bring something to keep you warm. Your friend will be an option.