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Visibility, and thus meteor counts, should improve as the radiant climbs higher and the Moon sets after midnight.
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He told the Telegraph: "We just saw a very large meteor.
And if the New Year's Eve meteor is anything to go by, it could be spectacular.
Named after the now-defunct constellation Quadrans Muralis, the Quadrantid meteor shower is one of only two major meteor showers not originating from a comet - the other being the Geminids in December.
If you see the Geminid meteor shower send your videos to us at editorial@examiner.
The Geminid meteor shower is nearly 200 years old, according to known records and its first recorded observation was in 1833 from the Mississippi River, USA.
He added that the astronomical calculation shows that the meteor shower will reach its peak on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning.
He added that the astronomical calculation show that the meteor shower will reach its peak on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning (December 13th-14th 2017).
The Geminid meteor shower can be annually observed between December 4 and December 16, with its peak activity being around December 14.
Danny McPhillips wrote: "Just seen a meteor over Cardiff.
But Mendoza said the meteor shower would be most visible from January 3 to January 4, from midnight until dawn in the Philippines.