1: Get ready for a dazzling meteor shower! Tomorrow, the skies will be filled with 220 shooting stars an hour.

2: The blazing meteor shower is a result of the debris left behind by the famous Halley's Comet.

3: This annual event, known as the Eta Aquarids meteor shower, is a sight to behold.

4: The best time to view the meteor shower is in the early hours of the morning.

5: Find a dark spot away from city lights for the best viewing experience.

6: Set up a blanket or a lawn chair, lay back, and enjoy the show.

7: Make a wish on each shooting star that streaks across the sky.

8: Share the experience with friends and family for a night to remember.

9: Don't forget to capture the moment with your camera to relive the magic.