Unfortunately, this year’s viewing will be hindered by the presence of a bright Waning Gibbous Moon.
Tonight, the Moon will be about 92 percent illuminated, which threatens to wash out the night skies.
But William Bryan from MSFC Meteoroid Environment Office believes you should still “go outside and see the Geminids” tonight.
The meteor expert predicts at least 30 meteors an hour will still crisscross the skies.
The meteor expert said: “With the holidays right around the corner, most of us are in gift-giving mode and one of our favourite gifts every December is the Geminid meteor shower.”