As the Earth crosses the Orionids – the most prolific meteor shower associated with Halley's Comet – shooting stars will be visible in the night sky this weekend.
The meteor shower has been active since October 2nd and will remain so until November 7th.
But Friday and Saturday are when activity is set to peak, reports LCI.
To get the best view of the meteor shower leave the city and head for the French countryside away from artificial lights.
Oh…and get wishing for some clear skies, of course.
Once you've found your spot, locate the constellation of Orion (the one shaped like an hourglass) in the south west and if all goes well you should be able to spot between 20 and 40 shooting stars per hour, according to La Chaine Meteo.
The meteor shower will be most active from 2am and 4am.
But what are shooting stars?
Shooting stars occur as particles from the comet come into contact with the Earth's atmosphere which leads to luminous trails in the sky.