Halloween fireballs will probably light up the sky tomorrow night.
This weird and rare space weather event is due to an unusually dense stream of debris from Comet Encke which is responsible for the annual Taurid meteor shower.
Ten years ago, Earth ran into an unusually dense stream of debris from Comet Encke resulting in bright fireballs seen between October 28 and November 10 2005.
Scientists dubbed this unusual sky phenomenon the “Halloween Fireballs.
This week-end, Earth might run into another filament of debris from Comet and thus trigger Halloween fireballs.
The best time to look is during the hours around midnight when the constellation Taurus is high in the sky.
If the shower materializes, observers could see a meteor explode every few hours.