This year has flown by and once again it is Geminids time! One of the highlights of the winter months, the shower is active from the 8th until 17th December. The peak is predicted to occur at around 08:00 GMT on the morning of 14th December
By Mary McIntyre Nee Spicer on 11 December 2018
The Perseids Meteor Shower is without doubt one of the highlights of the astronomy calendar. It has a really broad spread of activity, which starts around 23rd July and continues until around 16th August.
By Mary McIntyre Nee Spicer on 25 July 2018
The spring months can be a quiet time for meteor spotters, but we do have one worthwhile shower in April and that is The Lyrids
By Mary McIntyre Nee Spicer on 16 April 2018
The Geminids meteor shower is one of the highlights of the astronomy calendar, despite the cold temperatures in December. The shower is active from the 8th until 17th December
By Mary McIntyre Nee Spicer on 05 December 2017