You could see the Starlink satellites as they pass over Merseyside again but you’ll have to set an alarm.
Those keen to catch a glimpse of the elusive satellites will have to be keen and determined, with them not set to make an appearance till the early hours.
The Starlink satellites made by Elon Musk’s SpaceX company are currently in low orbit, giving Brits a chance to see a dazzling display of lights.
More than 300 satellites have been launched so far, with the network eventually set to reach 12,000, rising to as many as 42,000 in the future.
Here’s what time you’ll see the satellites tonight, along with some helpful tips and tricks.
What time can you see the Starlink satellites tonight?
At around 3.48am in the early hours of May 27, Starlink satellites will fly over the region from southwest to east.
Their visibility varies depending on how close they are to the Earth and light pollution.
The satellites are expected to be visible for five minutes.
What do they look like?
Some of the satellites may appear like a slow moving star going in a straight line.
The satellites won’t ‘twinkle’ like a star but they may appear and disappear depending on cloud cover and atmospheric conditions.
Almost all of the satellites will be travelling in the same direction, with a similar trajectory to previous days.
But even when the satellites pass nearby, many things need to go right for them to reflect enough sunlight to be seen.