The Taurids are commonly known as the Halloween Fireballs for their yearly October and November activity. The meteor shower is the result of remnants from the the Comet Encke. This year the best viewing date will be November 5th and are part of the Southern Taurids Stream (November 12 Is the Peak of The Northern Taurids Shower) The Taurids are commonly slow moving meteors that blaze across the sky in pale orange colors. There are no guarantees when it comes to meteor showers, but I have heard information that there may be a few meteor swarms and fireball patches dropping into an atmosphere near you. Lately, I have noticed a lot of meteor fireball activity being posted on the news in places such as New Mexico, Canada, and Australia. So having said all of this, when and where do you look? You can look toward the constellation Taurus for a start anytime now until November 10th, but as I have always stated meteors can be seen just about anywhere in the sky and I can assure that if a Fireball blasts off, you may never forget it. Please comment here with your November fireball sightings and always, Keep Your Head Up!