Shooting Stars Will Pass Over Montreal In October

The meteor showers are headed our way.

If you've ever wanted to wish upon a shooting star, then you may just get your chance this October.

Twice actually.

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The Draconid meteor shower is expected to peak over Montreal between the night of October 8 and 9. And according to experts, the Draconids have been responsible for some of the most spectacular meteor showers in recorded history. 

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Later in October there is also the Orionid meteor shower which is actually created by debris from Halley's Comet. At its peak, up to 20 shooting stars are visible every hour. 

The Orionid meteor shower is expected to peak on the night between October 21 and 22.

Click here for more info on the Draconids and the Orionids

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