1986 photo of Halley's comet from Easter Island. In fact, you probably shouldn't because those meteors will have short trails and be harder to see.
From where we are, that show plays out against the backdrop of some of the most brilliant stars in the sky: the impressive Orion constellation.
While just under two dozen meteors per hour are likely, NASAsays there is a chance that this year's showing could outperform expectations.
When is one of the best time to see the Orionid meteor bathe? You can check timeanddate.com to see when the shower peaks in your area.
And they enter our atmosphere at the extremely fast speed of about 66km per second. "At certain times of the year, Earth's orbit around the sun crosses paths with the debris". Some of the meteoroids are only the size of a grain of sand. (But point them northeast if you are in the Southern Hemisphere.) Then, look up: It will take about 30 minutes for your eyes to adapt to the dark in order to see the meteors.
The Orionid meteor bathe will supply a chief viewing alternative in a single day Tuesday.NASA/JPLThe place are one of the best locations to see the Orionids?
Cooney joins Ireland squad for France showdown
Last day fixtures, Saturday 31 October: Wales v Scotland, 2.15pm; Italy v England, 4.45pm; France v Ireland, 8.05pm. Ulster scrum-half John Cooney has been called into the Ireland squad to provide cover for Jamison Gibson-Park.
NASA announces: Water found on the Moon
Thanks to those new observations, NASA was able to confirm the presence of true water on the moon . " Now we know it is there ". They'll have a better idea of the sources "if we can get down on the surface and analyze samples of the ice", Hayne said.