Known for its massive fireballs and displaying more than 100 meteors per hour, the impressive Geminid show is not to be missed.
A fiery meteor catches the attention of more than 1,200 US residents -- some say it was as bright as the sun and others note it gave off sonic effects and delayed booms.
On the evening of December 13, the peak of the Geminid meteor shower promises a spectacular show of shooting stars.
In the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's a meteor! This nifty graph lets you explore confirmed meteor strikes on Earth.
On today's show, McDonald's has a data breach, although it's not as bad as the one from the Mesa County, CO, sheriff's office, which apparently keeps its lists of victims, suspects, and informants in a nice, big, unprotected plain-text database. So, that's a few informants running for safe houses, then. Also, the Comcast Death Star turns its rays on Roku, Apple TV, and the like; and the Nook Color goes from awesome to officially awesome. --Molly