IT’S THURSDAY AND I’M THIRSTY!
According to NASA, the Orionid meteor shower peaks this week and it could be a very good show.
“The best time to look is before sunrise on Wednesday, Oct. 21st. That’s when Earth encounters the densest part of Halley’s debris stream. Observing is easy: Wake up a few hours before dawn, brew some hot chocolate, go outside and look up. No telescope is required to see Orionids shooting across the sky.”
It’s a Jack and Ginger kind of night. Cheers.