Meteors from Halley’s Comet to be visible Monday night, Tuesday morning

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(WIAT) — It has been 33 years since Halley’s Comet made its way to the Earth’s atmosphere. And it’ll be even longer until it returns. But there is a bright side. A very bright side.

The Orionids meteor shower will be visible in the sky Monday night until early Tuesday morning.

If you’d rather watch online, Stonehenge’s year-round camera is offering a view of the Orionids in a live stream from 6 p.m. to 11 a.m. CT.

Halley’s Comet will make its next appearance in 2061.


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