Orionids Meteor Shower Live Stream: How to Watch Online

A meteor shower spawned by the famous Halley’s Comet will hit its peak tonight and go well into Thursday morning. Deemed the Orinoids Meteor Shower, the best place to see the free, spectacular light show is pretty much anywhere in the Southeast – namely Alabama, Tennessee or Mississippi. The shower will peak just before dawn on Thursday morning, October 22, 2015.
The shower stems from Earth plowing into a field of debris shed by Halley’s Comet, which last flew by our marvelous planet in 1986 and won’t make another appearance in our solar system until 2061.
If clouds or light pollution inhibit your view, we have a few options for you to catch a glimpse of the show.

How To Watch Orionids Meteor Shower Online

NASA‘s Marshall Space Flight Center will have a live stream of Orionids Meteor Shower online starting at 9p.m. CST on October 21st. You can watch it on USStream.TV. Activity on the feed should start to be seen around 10:30 p.m. CST.
You can also tune in to the Slooh Community observatory’s webcast start at 8 p.m. EDT. The show will be hosted by astronomer Bob Berman. And if you’re still not happy, you can catch the highlights on Space.com, courtesy of Slooh, during that exact time.

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