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13 December 2007

Meteor Shower... or Clouds?

Where are our sunshine days now that we need them?

It's cold, rainy, and uncomfortable, but that's not the reason I'm complaining about the weather. The reason is that now we would need one of those famous 300 days of clear sky we have every year in Greece, not the cloud cover we have now. We'd need a clear sky to see the Geminid Meteor Shower flashing up to 100 "shooting stars" per hour over the night sky (ok, not all of them really visible). There wouldn't be much to see in Athens itself (too much city lights), but it would be a chance to drive out of the city for a night excursion. But as I said, not likely with this weather.

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