Starlet starters will soon have a chance to see falling stars in the sky above Lincolnshire.
The quadrantide meteor shower is the first stream that the UK will be able to see in 2019.
It is assumed that visibility in Europe will be relatively high, so there is a very good chance that you will not be disappointed with the cloud cover.
Here's what you need to know if you want to catch it.
What is a quadrant meteor shower?
The sky will also be free from the moon, which again should increase your chances of seeing a shower.
This, however, is not guaranteed, and the quadrant is known as a relatively weak stream, but, as can be seen from previous images, it can still be seen from Earth.
When will I have the best opportunity to see it?
Your best opportunity to see it is just before dawn on January 4th – according to the International Meteorological Organization.
The shower runs from late night January 3 to January 4, and over time it becomes more noticeable in different parts of the world.
The quadrant peak lasts only a few hours, so if you catch it, you are very lucky.
Meteors are notorious for not weathering weather forecasts, so try to keep an eye on the sky during the hours prior to January 4th.