If you want to know where best to watch and you’re not in the States, you’ll have to look it up because Tech Insider couldn’t be bothered showing anywhere else.
“The Orionid Meteor Shower will reach its peak on Friday night and Saturday morning, with the best viewing shortly before dawn (wherever you are).
“Last year, the annual show was less than spectacular — a bright gibbous moon hung in the sky for most of the night, stealing the glory from the meteors.
“But this year, there’s barely a sliver of moon in sight — the new moon was just on Thursday. And much of America can expect a nearly cloudless sky, to boot.”
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