December 9, 2023 05:53:04

120 Meteorites Will Fall From The Sky Every Hour On The Night Of December 14

14 December 2022 means tomorrow there will be the rain of 120 meteorites in the sky every hour. This is the Geminid meteor shower. We tell you how and from where you can see these sky fireworks. Where are these meteorites coming from? On December 14, 2022, a wonderful celestial event is going to happen once a year. There will be a rain of 120 meteorites every hour. This is known as the Geminid Meteor Shower. People in India can watch it after 6.30 pm. If the sky is clear then you will get to see the sky fireworks.

The best view can be seen only after dark in the evening. Who will get the Geminid meteor shower on December 4th has started in 2022? It ends on December 17 and will go of meteorites in the sky throughout this time it will be raining. On the night of 14th December, it will be more beautiful and most intense . The meteorites are coming from the Gemini constellation.

You can get to see this beautiful sight till the late night of 14th December. That is, you can enjoy this celestial phenomenon by sitting on the terrace or balcony, wearing the best winter clothes, and having tea. As the earth rotates, the rain of meteorites will be visible to other countries. Will go on disappearing from your eyes. It is raining even during the day but it is not visible in the sunlight.

The clearer the sky. It will be dark. This rain of meteorites will be visible very clearly. Although you can also use your telescope or binoculars. The rain of meteorites is visible when the Earth reaches the orbit of the Sun, where there is a large belt of meteorites. Due to the gravitational force of the Earth these meteorites enter our atmosphere. It seems that it is raining from the sky and they appear to be burning.

The Geminid meteor shower is the debris left behind by the stony comet 3200 Phaethon. This comet is a very big sky stone of 5.8 kilometers. When it passes close to the sun, then its pieces move back rapidly. In space, they are formed in the form of meteorites. When the earth comes close to them, it rains sky. The stones coming out of Phaethon enter the Earth’s atmosphere at a speed of 1.27 lakh kilometers per hour.