To watch the Orionids, you'll need to be away from bright city lights and allow your eyes up to 30 minutes to get accustomed to the dark.NASAsays if you lie down, have your feet point southeast if you are in the Northern Hemisphere or northeast if you are in the Southern Hemisphere. EarthSky has compiled alist of locationsnationwide that can help with your viewing experience.
If you'd rather watch online, Stonehenge'syear-round camerais offering a view of the Orinoids in a live stream from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. ET. (courtesy CBS News-NASA)