1: Tomorrow night, get ready for a spectacular show as a blazing meteor shower will fill the skies with 120 shooting stars an hour.

2: This annual event, known as the Geminid meteor shower, is one of the most anticipated celestial displays of the year.

3: The meteors in this shower are debris from an asteroid called 3200 Phaethon, which passes by Earth every year.

4: The best time to view the meteor shower is after midnight when the sky is darkest and the Geminid radiant is highest in the sky.

5: Find a dark location away from city lights, lie back, and enjoy the show as the shooting stars streak across the sky.

6: Make a wish on each shooting star you see and marvel at the beauty and wonder of the universe.

7: Don't forget to dress warmly and bring blankets or chairs for comfort during your meteor shower viewing experience.

8: Grab a hot beverage, gather your loved ones, and make memories under the star-filled sky tomorrow night.

9: Whether you're a seasoned stargazer or a newbie, the Geminid meteor shower is an event you won't want to miss.