Tonight is a good night for meteors:

Peak nights for watching the Geminids meteor shower, considered one of the most spectacular of the year; a quarter moon will brighten the sky around midnight, so NASA recommends taking a look around 9 or 10 p.m. or in the pre-dawn hours.

Or of the Earth if you’re on the International Space Station (taken by Commander Barry Wilmore; Credit: NASA):


And today is a good day for the Count.

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