All Hail The Glittering Celestial Event✨
All hail Haley’s Comet! This Monday and Tuesday we will be able to see a meteor shower as particles the comet left behind in 1986 will be hitting Earth’s atmosphere and burning up, making the evening sky twinkle. The best view, with both naked eye and binoculars, is around the constellation Orion the Hunter, especially around Orion’s head and belt. The best viewing time will be after midnight, when your part of the world is on Earth’s nightside.
And what a marvelous night for a moondance 🌖 ‘neath the cover of October skies/A fantabulous night to make romance . . . .