A spectacular meteor show is set to light up South Yorkshire's night sky as the tail end of a comet rains down on earth.
The Draconid meteor shower will peak overnight on Thursday into Friday - producing up to 20 shooting stars an hour.
Clear skies are expected across much of South Yorkshire and the moon will be just a faint crescent, allowing for excellent viewing conditions for the spectacle.
A Met Office spokesman urged residents to wrap up warm, go outside, lie back and look up.
The spokesman added: "To see the meteor shower, you don't need a telescope, binoculars or any other equipment - all you need is your eyes.
"You don't need to look in any particular direction as meteors appear randomly anywhere in the sky."