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How to Watch Tonight’s Orionid Meteor Shower – Lifehacker

Your favorite fall meteor shower is back! The Orionids peak tonight, although they should be visible anytime between now and November 7, 2020.

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Your favorite fall meteor shower is back! The Orionids peak tonight, although they should be visible anytime between now and November 7, 2020.
Theyre called the Orionids because the meteors will appear to come from the general location of the constellation Orion. (Fun fact: theyre made of debris from Halleys comet.) Even if youre not much of a stargazer, this shower is easy to spot. Look for three stars in a row; thats the belt that Orion the hunter wears.
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