Orionid meteor shower (or Orionid shower)


Orionid meteor shower (or Orionid shower)

#shorts #famous comet #debris #orbit #early October It’s a good month for sky lovers: there’s going to be an eclipse in the U.S. and next week there’ll be a partial lunar eclipse . And on October 22, the International Meteor Organization expects to see at least 20 meteors per hour, which is more than usual. What’s more, there will be a meteor shower in October called the Orionid meteor shower. The Orionids are leftover fragments left by the most famous comet, Halley’s Comet. According to the IMO, this year should be especially good: there have been storms this strong several times in the past few years. Here’s how to view the shower: look for Orion, find its shoulder, and follow it north-eastward

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