If you like a bit of astronomy then you're in luck over the next few days. Firstly you might spot the the International Space Station whizzing across the sky. Click here to find out where to look and, if you manage to get a photo, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also the Perseid Meteor Shower gets going this weekend. Greg Parker of The New Forest Observatory says: "It will be worth watching late in the evening on the 10th,11th,12th and 13th of this month. The peak evenings are the 11th and 12th but you often see them a day earlier or even a day later."
Do you think that wringing out a wet cloth in space is easy? Think again as they explain in this demonstration from the International Space Station. You can send you questions to them via NASA, it is next over our region tomorrow 9.16pm - approaching from the West.