Geminids meteors are *bright*, and are often about as good in the evening as in the hours between midnight and dawn. The Geminids spans from December 7th through the 17th, but will peak overnight on the 13th with up to 120 sightings per hour. The meteors will appear multicolored, which gives an added bonus to the already spectacular show. In 2015, the slender waxing crescent moon will set soon after the sun, providing a wonderful cover of darkness for the Geminid meteor shower. Don’t miss it! Your best bet is to watch on December 12-13 and 13-14, from mid-evening (9 to 10 p.m.) until dawn. These meteors will appear to originate from the Gemini constellation.