Skies are forecast to be crystal clear and full of shooting stars as the offspring of Halley's comet provide a gorgeous night sky overnight.
The earth began to pass through debris from Halley's comet, producing the Orionid meteor shower.
Dozens of shooting stars, meteors hitting the atmospher, are expected to appear per hour, a NASA official told Discovery.com.
The shower is expected to be at its brightest overnight on Saturday, October 20 until dawn breaks the morning of Sunday, October 21 — earth will pass through the most dense portion of the debris.
Skies are expected to be clear, so there should be no problem seeing the sky light up a bunch of times before you hit the sack.