If you've always dreamed of an evening under the stars, you're in luck as the Draconid meteor shower is on its way.
The meteor shower is set to peak in the next few days, with the promise of a spectacular show of shooting stars.
Here's everything you need to know.
What is it?
The Draconid meteor shower is also known as the Giacobinids. It is one of two meteor showers to grace our skies in October.
Astronomers and star-gazers consider it to be one of the most spectacular meteor showers of the year.
To get the best view, look away from the moon, towards the northern half of the sky.
Stragazers should also keep an eye out for the Orionids. It usually peaks much later on in the month, around October 21.
When will it peak?
The Draconid meteor shower will peak from Monday, October 8 to Tuesday, October 9, in the early hours of the morning.
Do I need astronomy equipment to see it?
No, the only thing you will need is a clear and comfortable dark spot. You won't have to use binoculars or a telescope to enjoy the night sky.
The showers will appear in the sky like shooting stars so be sure to make a wish as they pass you by.