"If it is a clear night on the 20th where you live, make sure to step outside that evening and look up... as you will find what was left behind from Haley's Comet crashing into our atmosphere for an impressive show! The radiant will come from just to the upper left of Orion's raised "club-hand" @ the peak, there will be about an average of 15 meteors per hour (about 1 every 4 minutes) and best viewing times will be after moonset just before midnight and continuing on until Dawn.
Note: Time in London and Portugal: Around 3 a.m of the 21st October
Sorry, but Halley has an orbit of 76 years, his last appearance was in 1986, I can still remember...
Nothing will happen in this regard, nothing....
the title unfortunately was chosen incorrectly and leaves the impression that hally's comet is here, however the information itself in the article correctly points out that every year at this time we go through this event.
umm "looking meek" its also not called hayley, its halley pronounced sally.
if you do it right the first time you wouldnt be interrupted in your other stuff.
we live in the age where the whole library is at your fingertips, yet people just dont spend the time to double check anything.
..when hally met sally..
Its a shame is cloudy here...