The Geminids last until December 17th, so on clear nights there's still a chance you can wish on a shooting star.
The Geminid meteor shower peaks this week, so hope for clear skies that will let you see a lovely show of green fireballs on Thursday and Friday.
The meteor shower was first spotted from a MS riverboat in 1833 but has been growing stronger and brighter in the almost 200 years since, as Jupiter's gravity keeps pulling the stream of particles closer and closer to Earth.
Named after the Gemini constellation, where the meteors are believed to be originating, the Geminid meteor shower is also called the "rock comet".
For a better view, get as far away from city lights as possible, face South, and do not forget to dress warmly as you enjoy one of the greatest shows on - or above - earth, recommends Google.
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The Geminid meteor shower will be visible from most parts of the world, but those in the Northern hemisphere will get the best show.
"The Geminids are often superior to August's Perseid meteor shower", said Dr. Alex Filippenko, astrophysicist and astronomy professor at UC Berkeley.
The Geminid meteor shower will grace skies tonight as hundreds of bright meteors fly from rock asteroid 3200 Phaethon.
The darker the sky, the longer you'll be able to set your exposure so as to avoid washing it all out.
According to meteorologists at Accuweather, due to its high activity the meteor shower can be viewed anytime after sunset with the best viewing time in Europe expected to be just after midnight. Those who can should ideally head out away from the suburbs to watch the meteor shower. The meteors travel at about 35 km/s so they're easier to spot.
Next year 's meteor display won't be accompanied by such visible conditions as there will be a full moon out. The source of the shower is known to come from the asteroid 3,200 Phaethon that take 1.4 years to orbit the sun. When this happens, we can see more meteors than on average night. It has also put out a blog post on how to watch the Geminid meteor shower this year.