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The Geminids: Dec. 8-15, 2010
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  Summary: The quarter moon set at midnight, providing dark morning skies for the peak of the 2010 Geminid meteor shower. At maximum on Dec. 14th, the display produced 80+ Geminids per hour. [full story] [meteor counts] [meteor radar]
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Gregor Srdoc - Marino Tumpic,
Sarsoni, near Rijeka, Croatia
Dec. 12, 2010
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Bright Geminid, photo and video clip of Geminid 12.december.2010. Author: Gregor Srdoc, Astronomical Society Vidulini, Croatia Place: Sarsoni, near Rijeka Data; 12. december 2010. UT 21:00:30 - 21:00:56 Canon Eos 400D, ISO 1600, exp30 sec, Sigma 17mm, f/2.8

Guillaume Cannat,
mont Aigoual (south of France), 1300 m.
Dec. 14, 2010
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One of the Geminids that I observed last night. Nikon D700, 15 mm @ 2.8, 1200 ISO, 20s exposure.

David Harvey,
Kitt Peak National Observatory, Tucson, Arizona USA
Dec. 13, 2010

The 2010 Geminid Meteor Shower captured early in the evening of December 13th - several hours before the peak - over Kitt Peak National Observatory. Canon EOS 1D Mark IIN | 16mm lens @ F/2.8 ISO 3200 | six - 15 second exposures combined.

Borkur Hrolfsson,
Iceland, Hekla area.
Dec. 13, 2010
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I went out for the Geminids, and got Northern lights as a Bonus. It is very difficult to get a photo of the meteors, but I got few. Canon, long exposure, high ASA, Low F.

John Chumack,
Dayton, Ohio USA
Dec. 14, 2010
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13 of the Brightest Geminid Meteors from 2010 PC 164C video camera & 6mm lens, From my Northeast sky camera #2

Chris Voyles,
Phoenix AZ
Dec. 14, 2010

Canon 40D 20sec exposure ISO-100 w/10-22mm @ 3.5

more images: from Greg Stablein of Memphis, TN; from David Blanchard of Flagstaff, Arizona; from James Beauchamp of Oklahoma City, OK; from James Champagne of Madera Canyon, Arizona; from Brian Klimowski of Flagstaff, AZ