If you're an early bird by nature, you could be in for a real treat on Wednesday.
Late sleepers might want to haul themselves out of bed before the crack of dawn mid-week, too.
22 April is the morning that the lyrid meteor showers will be arriving overhead in all their glory - with experts suggesting the 'peak' (i.e. best view) will occur after midnight and before sunrise.
Thanks to a new moon, we could potentially be in for an amazing display.
One of the oldest meteor showers known to man, the lyrids have been soaring through skies above gawping humans for centuries - with references to these meteors made by the Chinese more than 2,500 years ago.
The shooting stars are visible every April - and you might be able to catch the first glimpses this evening (Monday 20 April) after the clock strikes twelve.
Location will also play a role in what sort of view you get - with those in rural areas enjoying a clearer visual path due to less light pollution (street lamps etc).
With a bit of a luck, you may be able to catch as many as 10 to 15 meteors zipping through the dark sky above every hour.
Set your alarm and get your camera ready...