Alhena

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Alhena

(al-hee -nă) See Gemini.
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The waxing gibbous Moon is left of Aldebaran on the evening of the 29th and much closer to Gamma Geminorum on the 31st.
Orionid meteors emanate from a region of sky midway between Betelgeuse (Orion's eastern 'shoulder') and the second-magnitude star Gamma Geminorum, and best rates are generally found in the early morning hours once the radiant has gained a respectable altitude.
9-magnitude Beta Aurigae (Menaklinan) and Gamma Geminorum (Alhena).