Images have been appearing all over the internet of the Geminid Meteor Shower this week after some photographers captured some brilliant shots of the event unfolding.
It happened last night and some people said they saw up to 50 meteors an hour flying through the sky.
Many images have popped up with some showing exposure images of multiple meteors over time. However we felt this ultra bright one took the top spot and have included it with our article. Image credits go over to AstroPics.com
An Asteroid known as the 3200 Phaethon breaks away and creates the meteor shower we got to see last night.
Did you get any decent images, or did you find a cool one online? Let us know in a comment below.
Source: [CS Monitor]