Last Seen In 1986, Halley’s Comet Will Make Its Presence Known This Week

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Last Seen In 1986, Halley’s Comet Will Make Its Presence Known This Week With Shooting Star Show
Will you be alive in 2061? If not, your only chance to see something of Halley's Comet comes in both early May and late October each year when Earth moves through streams of particles the great comet deposited in the inner solar system in 1986.
As those particles hit Earth's atmosphere they energise and glow for a millisecond, something that happens as many as 40 times per hour to create a meteor shower. That’s what is happening on Monday/Tuesday as the Orionid meteor shower peaks after midnight.