Orionid Meteor Shower dazzles stargazers with spectacular night skies

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  1. Find a secluded viewing spot, away from the city lights.
  2. Once at the venue, your eyes may take 15 to 20 minutes to get used to the dark.
  3. Dress for the weather, and make sure you are comfortable, especially if you plan to stay out long.
  4. Bring a blanket or a comfortable chair with you—meteor watching can be a waiting game.
  5. Once you have found your viewing spot, lie down on the ground and look up in the direction of the radiant.
  6. Use our Interactive Meteor Shower Sky Map or the table above to find the current direction of the radiant in the sky.

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