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Space Weather News for Oct. 19, 2018
https://www.facebook.com/spaceweatherdotcomMETEORS FROM HALLEY’S COMET: Right now, specks of dust from Halley’s comet are disintegrating in Earth’s atmosphere, kicking off the annual Orionid meteor shower.

Forecasters expect the shower to peak this weekend with 20+ meteors per hour emerging from the constellation Orion. The nearly full Moon could reduce visibility, but it is possible to avoid the glare if you look at the right time.

Visit today’s edition of Spaceweather.com for sky maps and observing tips.

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Above: This Orionid fireball, observed by Maciek Myszkiewicz in Oct. 2012, was as bright as a full Moon. Browse Spaceweather.com’s Realtime Meteor Photo Gallery for more.

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