Earth is passing through a stream of debris from rock comet 3200 Phaethon, source of the annual Geminid meteor shower. Forecasters expect more than 60 meteors per hour when the shower peaks on the night of Dec. 13/14. For best results, get away from city lights and keep an eye on the sky between ~10 pm Sunday night and ~5 am Monday morning. Thanks to a perfectly-timed New Moon on Dec. 14th, rural skies will be velvety dark during the shower's peak. Stay Tuned!