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When to see the Geminid meteor shower over Lincolnshire and Rutland




A meteor shower could be visible tonight, tomorrow night (Sunday) or on Monday - if there's a break in the clouds.

The annual Geminid meteor shower is active this year between December 4 and 17, but activity is due to peak this weekend.

If visible, multi-coloured shooting stars will look like streaks through the night sky from about 8pm, according to Nasa.

A previous meteor shower photographed by Jason Richardson from Bourne
A previous meteor shower photographed by Jason Richardson from Bourne

Reader Jason Richardson from Bourne took these photos during the last meteor shower.

A previous meteor shower photographed by Jason Richardson from Bourne
A previous meteor shower photographed by Jason Richardson from Bourne


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