Tonight the Geminid meteor show puts on a show that can compete with holiday lights after midnight. You can learn more about the Geminids at EarthSky. The best viewing should be after 2 AM in Austin. Some of the Geminids can be quite bright and even compete with holiday lights as this one from 2015 taken just after 10 PM.
Geminid meteor still bright in Austin's light dome and trees lit by holiday lights on 2015:12:15 04:18:51 UT. Sony NEX-5N, Rokinon 12mm lens f2.8 at ISO 400 for 30" on a Vixen Polarie tracking mount. Exposure adjustment in Photoshop.
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