A special meteor shower that you should be able to see without any special equipment will light up the sky in a few days time.
There's a chance to catch a glimpse of the meteor shower at any time during this period, but the extravaganza is at its peak around August 11, 12 and 13.
The yearly show got its name because the stars appear to fly out of the constellation Perseus.
"Lots of people head out to their hammocks or sprawl out on a sandy beach or grassy lawn, talk quietly, check their phones, and share a few laughs to the shower's paired rhythms - spells of sweet languor punctuated by sudden bursts of meteoric excitement".
The peak date however is Saturday, August 12.
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