Geminids Meteor Shower viewing at The Station Inn Ribblehead

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Geminids Meteor Shower viewing at The Station Inn Ribblehead

Come and watch the Geminids meteor shower with the amazing Go Stargazing astronomers at The Station Inn, Ribblehead.

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LA6 3AS The Station Inn Public House Ribblehead Near Ingleton LA6 3AS United Kingdom

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About this event

View the spectacular Geminids meteor shower from the Station Inn at Ribblehead with astronomers from Go Stargazing!

Dozens of shooting stars may be seen when the meteor shower peaks in activity on the night of the 14th of December into the early hours of the following morning. These meteors, also called shooting stars, come from the dust debris left over from the asteroid 3200 Phaethon. They travel at a lesser speed across the sky compared to other showers, sometimes have a yellow colour to them and look spectacular! The Geminids are arguably the most reliable and best meteor shower of the year!

The Moon will be visible on the night, and while this may mean some of the fainter meteors cannot be seen it looks awesome through telescopes! You’ll also enjoy a laser-guided tour of the night sky and a short presentation indoors next to the fire! A bowl of hotpot to warm you up will also be included in your ticket! Bring comfortable chairs, warm blankets and don’t forget a hat and a torch!

Why not make the most of your trip to Ribblehead and stay over at the Station Inn?

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The fantastic image of the Milky Way above the Ribblehead Viaduct is used with kind permission from Diamond Skies https://www.instagram.com/diamondskies99/.