Orionids Meteor Shower

The Orionids, meteors left behind in the wake of Halley’s Comet, will race through the skies on the evening of October 21. As they do, they’ll be competing with the light of the second quarter Moon. But these meteors, numbering up to 20 per hour, tend to be among the brightest of the year. Look toward the constellation Orion for the best chance of spotting these celestial visitors.

The Orionids, meteors left behind in the wake of Halley’s Comet, will race through the skies on the evening of October 21. As they do, they’ll be competing with the light of the second quarter Moon. But these meteors, numbering up to 20 per hour, tend to be among the brightest of the year. Look toward the constellation Orion for the best chance of spotting these celestial visitors.

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