Stargazers will get the chance to view up to 200 shooting stars every hour as the Quadrantids meteor shower passes over the UK in the early hours of Thursday.
The meteor shower, which is named after an extinct constellation, will last a few hours.
For more information about the Quadrantids or to watch the shower streamed live, visit the NASA website.
Send your photographs of the meteor shower to email@example.com
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