Winter skies come alive: 2006 Geminid meteor shower, Aurora Borealis events keep sky watchers awake
December 14, 2006
ABOVE: A bright Geminid fireball streaks across the skies on Thursday morning.
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CHARLESTON, WV - The winter sky is coming alive, even though skies are clear. The annual Geminid meteor shower peaked last night, with an unusually active show. Aurora Borealis is also possible this evening, as energy from a strong solar flare arrives from the sun.
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