https://www.abc.net.au/news/science...pwirtanen-and-geminids-meteor-shower/10583932 Rather than me try to convey what was written in the extensive science article, read for yourself where to find these beauties during this coming week in the late night or early morning eastern sky. Plus how to photograph them. Good luck with your photos. I thought I might be able to see the comet tonight but there is light cloud cover here in SE Qld. We are expecting a fair bit of rain during this coming week from the ex-cyclone up north so there's a good chance I will miss the whole comet/germinids event.