Watch Orionids Meteor Shower 2012 on October 20-21, 2012 Live Streaming Online for the 2012 Annual Orionids Meteor Shower where the night sky will light up once again and the sky will be raining with fire as usual caused by the popular meteor shower Orionids which is predicted to produce about 25 or more number of meteors per hour on the night of October 20-21, 2012 as once again the month of October will be presented with an astronomical event where in you will see tons of meteor showers streaking across the sky with trails if permitted with clear skies as always be the disclaimer and if lucky enough you got see Exploding Fireballs or Bollides with sonic boom sound that leave persistent trains so better watch the constellation Orion “The Hunter” and look for it’s 2nd brightest star Betelgeuse where the Orionids will emanate or radiate and also look for point meteors if there’s any and as night time approaches many are excited to view this event of raining of fire and impressive display of meteors showers which could hit up to 25 meteors per hour or more during it’s peak and during a burst of meteor storm which many Astronomers believed when Earth hits the densest patch of Halley’s detritus or stream of debris and that is where Halley’s comet offspring emerges, I hope so:D
Look for Streaming Orionids Meteor Shower 2012 Free Online via the internet or thru your backyard or if you have rooftop where you can see the wide sky and check the internet for the latest updates and live coverage of the Orionids Meteor Shower 2012 astronomical event which will emanate in the constellation Orion aka The Hunter on the night of October 20-21, 2012 where the Legendary Orionids which is the remnant of the very famous Hallley’s Comet is the progenitor comet of Orionids which returns every 76 years in the solar system and every October as the Earth passes through dense cloud of the halley’s comet flakes hitting the atmosphere that is were we got to see the Orionids in action. Halley’s Comet is the most famous of all comets and was discovered in 1705 by the English astronomer Edmond Halley and it’s last appearance in our skies came in 1986, and the next is due in 2061. And In 2012, the Orionid meteor shower is expected to rain down its greatest number of meteors before dawn on Saturday October 20 and Sunday October 21. A waxing crescent moon will set at early evening so better watch between midnight and dawn on those mornings so have a glimpse the Orionid meteor shower or shooting stars.
Watch Free Orionids Meteor Shower 2012 Live Streaming Video Download Online via sopcast, ustream and justin tv and find out if the Orionids meteor shower 2012 will be spectacular and will produce fireball or bollides just like the Perseids because astronomers believed that Orionids rates can get as high as 25 to 60 meteors per hour, with fireballs visible in the night sky and position your self towards the constellation Orion “the hunter” because The planet Jupiter beams to the northeast of Orion in October 2012. And just in the hours before dawn the dazzling planet Venus comes into view in the eastern sky. How can you identify Jupiter and Venus? By their brightness of course they are brighter than Sirius, the sky’s brightest star. Venus is brighter than Jupiter. And according to skywatchers, viewing of Orionid meteor shower 2012 should definitely be worth it even if it turns out to be not a meteor storm but just a normal meteor shower so still it’s a treat for us, otherwise it’s going to be just a trick:D