1: Witness the dazzling Ursid meteor shower at its peak on December 21.

2: The shower is best viewed after midnight in areas with little light pollution.

3: Look towards the constellation Ursa Minor for the best chance to see shooting stars.

4: A new moon provides ideal conditions for observing the Ursids in all their glory.

5: Pack a blanket, grab a warm drink, and prepare for a celestial spectacle.

6: The Ursids are known for producing bright fireballs and long-lasting streaks.

7: Gather your friends and family for a night of star-gazing and meteor-watching.

8: Capture the magic of the Ursid meteor shower with a camera or smartphone.

9: Don't miss out on this annual astronomical event - mark your calendar now!