1: Get ready for a dazzling show! Tomorrow night, a blazing meteor shower will light up the sky with 120 shooting stars per hour.

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

3: As Earth passes through the debris left by Comet Swift-Tuttle, viewers are in for a breathtaking display of shooting stars.

4: The best time to watch the meteor shower is after midnight when the sky is darkest and the shooting stars are most visible.

5: Find a dark spot away from city lights, lie back, and let the show begin. You don't need any special equipment - just your eyes.

6: Make a wish on every shooting star you see. With 120 shooting stars per hour, you'll have plenty of opportunities!

7: Capture the magic of the meteor shower by taking photos or timelapse videos. Share your pictures for others to enjoy.

8: Whether you're a seasoned stargazer or new to astronomy, the Perseid meteor shower is a must-see event for all skywatchers.

9: Don't miss out on this celestial spectacle. Mark your calendars for tomorrow night and witness the beauty of the Perseid meteor shower.