The Geminid meteor shower reached its peak for the year and was visible over Seiling, Oklahoma, on Sunday, December 13.
Timelapse footage captured by Zachary Biggs shows flashing streaks of meteors during a starry night at a local wind farm.
Biggs told Storyful, “I drove out to a rural Oklahoma town in order to find some dark skies, with a bit of foreground, to try and capture some of the Geminids meteor shower.”
The Geminid meteor shower happens annually and usually peaks between December 13 and 14. According to NASA, the meteors appear to radiate from a point in the constellation of Gemini and are produced by the asteroid 3200 Phaethon. Credit: Zachary Biggs via Storyful