The Orionids meteor showers are one of the most spectacular astral shows of the year.
But as always, your location and the time you start to stare are critical. Here are the important information you should not miss.
When is the Orionid meteor shower?
This year, Orionid Meteors will appear from Monday, October 15, through Monday (October 29), a shorter window than last year.  The scientific phenomenon takes its name from the Orion, a constellation that lies in the sky above the equator.
The meteors associated with Halley's comets occur every October.
When the conditions of the night are right, dozens of falling stars fall from the sky.
Observing the Orionid Meteorite Shout
Space freaks with eagle eyes can observe the chill with the naked eye without the need of a telescope.
With every meteor shower, however, a clear sky is crucial.
Therefore, Peoples We recommend getting the latest weather reports from the Met Office and finding the best times.
It can be difficult to catch a glimpse of the fragments, as they usually fall quickly and appear weak in the sky.  Occasionally, a particularly bright meteor may fall that may even be visible on a moonlit night.
The darker the place you visit, the brighter the meteors appear in the sky.
It is advisable to take a trip out of your city to find a more remote place.
This prevents the experience from being ruined by artificial light.
You have to wait for meteor showers, so stargazers are advised to bring something to sit with or lie down.
If you're passionate about the Orion, this is the time of the next meteor shower this year.
What is the Orionid meteor shower?
NASA calls the Orionid meteor shower "one of the most beautiful meteor showers of the year".
Every hour, about 20 meteors race through the sky at a speed of 240,000 km / h. The Orionids are one of the most impressive events in the calendar of the sky.
It passes 60 miles in space as the earth moves through a cloud of thousands upon thousands of space stones left behind by the famous Halley's comet.
Why is it called Orionidic Meteor Shower?
Looking from the earth to the sky, the meteors seem to come from the direction of the Orion constellation, so they have their name.
Orion is one of the brightest and most famous constellations with two of the ten brightest stars in the sky Rigel and Betelgeuse.
It has been known since antiquity and is also known as Hunter in Greek mythology.
How many meteors will there be ?  The word "chill" indicates that many meteors will fall frequently and almost like rain.
Nevertheless, the actual speed with which the sky matter falls from the sky is much lower.
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The Orionids lose about 10 to 20 meteors per hour from the sky.
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