The annual Orionid meteor shower is now building to its peak which will occur on the morning of October 21 or 22. On those nights, a waxing gibbous moon will set only an hour or two before morning twilight begins.
The best time to start watching will be in the days before the peak and just before dawn. There will be a lot less moonlight in the sky. The meteors in this shower are sometimes on the faint side. But they can make up for that by leaving persistent trains, or ionized gas trails that last for a few seconds after the meteor itself has disappeared.
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