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    Posted December 14, 2012 by
    MikeBlack
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    Belmar, New Jersey
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    Geminid Meteor and Jupiter

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     MikeBlack photographed the Geminid Meteor shower from Belmar, New Jersey, on December 13. He says the sky was relatively clear that night, so he was able to spot a meteor very few minutes. Being a science teacher, he explains that the meteors he saw in the sky that night were green in color and originated from Gemini constellation. 'Meteors are a wonderful reminder that the sky is a real place where things change and are moving around,' he said.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    Large Geminid meteor streaks past Jupiter, night of December 13/14, 2012, in Belmar , New Jersey USA.

    Green color is common in meteors, looks like it ended in a small fireball flash.

    The planet Jupiter is on the right, the constellation Orion can be seen on the left.

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