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Get A Glimpse Of 'Shooting Stars' During Tonight's Geminid Meteor Shower

The Geminid meteor shower peaks Thursday night, as it does each year around mid-December. Astronomers say it will be one of the best displays of “shooting stars” in 2018. Here & Now‘s Robin Young talks with Kelly Beatty (@NightSkyGuy), senior editor at Sky & Telescope Magazine.

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