If you missed the Leonid Meteor Shower last November, seize this month to witness the wonderful Geminid Meteor Shower! The amazing phenomenon will be at its peak on the night of 14th up until the early mornings of 15th where you can see up to 40 meteors per hour.


Up to 40 meteors per hour

The Geminid Meteor Shower is considered as one of the most stable and active meteor showers every year. This year, the phenomena will reach its maximum rate of activity from 8:30 pm on 14 December to the early morning of the 15th! With clear skies, everyone can expect to see around 30 to 40 meteors per hour.

In addition, the Ursids Meteor Shower is about to light the night sky from 17 to 26 December, in which the peak will be on the 22nd.

For more information about the Geminid Meteor Shower, call the National Space Agency at 03-22734303.


5 Best stargazing sites in Kuala Lumpur

1. Sekinchan

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2. Ulu Yam

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3. Kuala Kubu Bharu

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4. Sungai Lembing

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5. Cameron Highland

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