1: On December 13-14, the Geminids meteor shower will dazzle UK skies with a multicoloured cosmic display.

2: This annual event occurs when Earth passes through debris left behind by asteroid 3200 Phaethon.

3: Observers can potentially spot up to 120 meteors per hour during the shower's peak.

4: The best time to view the Geminids is after midnight, away from city lights for optimal visibility.

5: No special equipment is needed to witness this celestial spectacle, just a clear view of the sky.

6: Bundle up and head outside to experience nature's own fireworks show in the night sky.

7: Get ready to make a wish upon a shooting star during the Geminids meteor shower.

8: Capture the magic of the event with a camera to document the beauty of this cosmic event.

9: Don't miss out on this stunning celestial display in the nighttime sky of the UK.