The crisp, cool and clear night is the ideal condition to watch the first major fall celestial show: the Orionid meteor shower.
More than that, these speeds will make the event the second fastest shower of this year, coming right after the Leonid Meteor shower. They are framed by some of the brightest stars in the night sky, adding to their spectacle. Also, at it's peak, we can expect to see 15-20 meteors per hour, and these puppies are flying, moving at about 148,000 mph!
Astronomers suggest trying to view the shower in the early morning after the moon has set.
Stargazers should opt to travel as far away from city lights as possible in order to avoid light pollution that will obscure the clarity of heavenly bodies. Within 30 minutes, your eyes will adapt to the darkness and you'll be able to do some stargazing.
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