Posted in Iowa November 21, 2022 by Raymond Goldfield
One of the perks of Iowa’s sprawling country is that the skies are often clear and beautiful. Stargazing in Hawkeye State is always special, but it will never be more special than this December. That’s because the Geminids, one of the most prolific meteor showers seen in this solar system, are returning. It’s already started as the season runs from November 19th to December 24th, but the climax can be seen on the nights of December 13th to 14th – only a few weeks away! Of course you’ll want to find the perfect spot to stargaze and watch the cosmos come alive with dancing meteors, so this article will help you find the best spots to see the Geminid Meteor Shower in Iowa!
Are you planning to go stargazing this December? Let us know where you’ll be going this December to see the Geminid meteor shower in Iowa, or tell us about your past stargazing adventures in the comments! For more information about the Annett Nature Center, visit the county’s Facebook page. If you’re looking for more ideal spots for stargazing, check out this haven of light pollution.
Address: Annett Nature Center Park, 15565 118th Ave, Indianola, IA 50125, USA
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