(CBS DETROIT) – There’s a second chance to see the Northern Lights in Michigan on Thursday night from around 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday.

Part of North America has a Geomagnetic Storm watch in effect. That means you will be able to see the northern lights especially if you do not live where all the city lights are.

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If you live in some of our outlying areas, you may have had a better opportunity to see the Northern Lights Wednesday night and Thursday night. Your best chance is after about 10 p.m.

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There is also the Gemini Meteor Shower which the peak time of that is going to be on Sunday night.

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There may be a chance to see Jupiter and Saturn come very close to each other on Dec. 21 forming a rare ‘Christmas Star’ that only happens every approximately 800 years.

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