Tonight and tomorrow (10/20 and 10/21) you'll be able to see one of the year's best space shows --the peak of the Orionid meteor shower. The Orionids --which are fragments from the famous Halley's Comet-- should be visible  both tonight and tomorrow. USA Today says the best viewing will be between midnight and dawn.

Device Tracks And Photographs Meteorites
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Meteors will emanate from the eastern horizon and will streak across the entire sky, visible from anywhere on Earth. By dawn, they should be high in the Southern sky.

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If you can get to an area without a lot of light pollution, people looking up at the darkest skies may see a maximum of 10 to 15 meteors per hour. These meteors are some of the fastest and brightest because the Earth is hitting the stream of particles almost head-on.

Spectacular Perseid Meteor Shower Can Be Seen Across the Night Skies
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Happy gazing!!