Post # 1
Last night I was driving home and as I was going up a big hill, I saw a shooting star in the sky. It was amazing! Last year I saw one and used it to wish that we would be engaged soon and I believe it worked. So last night I said another wish!
Have any of you ever seen one/wished on one? I personally believe that they make wishes come true. 🙂
Post # 3
@soyjoy222: I see them a lot (small city) and always make a wish, although I’ve heard you need to repeat the wish 3 times. Here’s a TIP:
December 13-15th theres a huge meteor shower it’s strongest is the 14th (some are so bright you can see them in the middle of the city), you literally run out of wishes.
Post # 4
That’s so cool! I’ve seen a handful of shooting stars in my life and I always get just as excited as ever because they’re awesome!
Post # 5
i love shooting stars and i’ve seen several over the course of my life! i always make a wish
one year my dad woke all of us kids up in the middle of the night and brought us outside in the cul-de-sac to watch a meteor shower – it was in the top 3 most amazing things i’ve EVER seen in my life. There were probably 30 shooting stars a minute. i think this particular shower was the Leonids which happen in November every year and I have tried year after year to see something like this again but havent. After some research i found out it was the biggest meteor shower in years, which would make sense as to why i havent seen it to that extent again. I still check out when the meteor showers are and try and get up and at least look out the window to see if i see antyhing and usually ill see a few here and there if i look long enough.
Next one is Dec. 13-15th – the geminids. yeah im a nerd.
supposed to be a full moon which might make it difficult to see but they say 30-40 a minute – best time to see is after midnight, in the early hours of the 14th and 15th.
Post # 6
This is in spanish but the dates are understandable: http://astronomia.org/2011/calfugaces.html
The colors go from bright blue (Big shower) to gray (barely visible). I wait every year for the Geminidas Dec14th but this year there’ll be a los of moon (89%) so it might be hard to watch.
Post # 7
wow, ladies! I’m totally going to be looking up Dec 13th – 15th, that’s for sure!
Post # 8
@soyjoy222: I’ve seen them before. They’re so pretty. =)
Post # 9
That’s so awesome! I love seeing them, they make me feel so little (does that make sense)? My birthday is on Dec.13th, I will definitely have to look UP!
Post # 10
My parents live in the middle of nowhere so I saw them quite frequently growing up. They still leave me in awe every time I see one. 🙂 There is also Perseids meteor shower in August. I always try to catch that one!
I have to say the most amazing experience was when I saw the Northern Lights!!
Post # 11
@TinyTina: I’d love to see the northern lights but I’m too far south for that. I still remember watching the Haley-Boop comet while I was little. Only 45 years till Haley comet comes back!!