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Orionids 2019: Watch Comet Halley's beautiful fireballs light up the skies tonight

9 monthes ago   |   By Daily Express

ORIONIDS 2019, the annual meteor shower triggered by Comet 1P/Halley, peaks tonight. Here is everything you need to know about the Orionid meteor shower.
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Orionids meteor shower set to light the night sky tonight in dazzling galactic spectacle

Orionids meteor shower set to light the night sky tonight in dazzling galactic spectacle

9 monthes ago   |   By Metro

Look up tonight for the chance to see some shooting stars
The Orionid meteor shower is one of the most active of the entire year and it's set to reach its peak tonight, October 21.
Providing the weather stays clear, UK skywatchers will be treated to as many as 25 shooting stars each hour as our planet passes through the debris of Halley's Comet.
You won't need any kind of specialist equipment - you'll just need to wrap up warm.
The Orionid meteor is active throughout October, but is expected to peak at around 11:30pm this evening.
Most people across the UK will get the chance to view the...
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