Halley's comet, which is held every 76 years near the ground, leaving a trail of where the land falls each fall and spring. It is through this trail we can see "shooting stars" — meteors.
Meteor rain, which began in early October, is expected to peak at night on October 22.
Earth enters the tail of Halley's Comet on October 2, and takes off on November 7. It was at night on October 22 has a maximum flow — meteors will fall at a rate of 25 per hour. It then goes down, and by October 26 to reach 5 per hour.
Stream called the Orionids because it burns down to form the particles take a visible beginning in the constellation of Orion. Watch the meteor shower is better away from city lights in an hour or two at night. An hour before dawn — generally the best time for observation.
Meteor shower promises to be bright — he was not able to prevent the light of the moon. Those who have a telescope or binoculars, it is best to take them, because the human eye will notice is about 10 times less than the stars that are falling. Experts advise observers in the Northern Hemisphere to go so that the left arm outstretched looking to the east, and the right to the south-east. And look straight up. Although you can just go down to the south.
Do not forget to make a wish when you're looking at a shooting star.