Geminiids are one of the most reliable meteorite storms of the year, where about 75 bright bands per hour are supposed to be visible from a dark place. They radiate in all directions from the constellation Gemini, from where the shower is called. They are different from other meteor shower, because bright paths can be colorful. Although mostly white, yellow fairly common and green, red and blue were known. It is believed that colors come from traces of metals in dust grains that are burnt to produce meteorites. Unlike most meteoric rains originating from comets, Geminids originate from the Asteroid 3200 Phaethon. They are also relatively young showers that were first spotted in 1862, and there is some evidence that the shower is getting stronger every year. Meteors from the soul are visible from 4 to 16 December, but the peak occurs this week on the night of 13 to 14 December. To see them, wrap the warmth and head outwards. In the northern hemisphere, any time after dark will be good, but in the southern hemisphere, Twins will climb later to begin to look around the north.