This meteor shower extravaganza is a celestial ballet, where each shooting star leaves a fleeting mark, igniting our imaginations and connecting us to the vast universe.
The annual Perseid meteor shower is set to peak from around midnight on August 12 into the early morning of August 13.
With a nearly new moon, the skies will be perfectly dark for optimal meteor watching.
Look towards the constellation Perseus in the east to northeast sky to catch the peak of this year's Perseids.
Prepare to be astonished as the Perseids Meteor Shower takes center stage. Stargazers could be treated to around 100 meteors per hour during the peak.
Find a remote or dark-sky-certified location away from light pollution for the best viewing experience.
The Perseids Meteor Shower is known for its colorful fireballs and vibrant shooting stars.
Don't miss this celestial fireworks show – grab a red-light flashlight, give your eyes time to adjust, and prepare for a night of stargazing.
Until we meet again beneath the Perseids Meteor Shower, keep exploring, keep marveling, and keep the spirit of discovery alive.