No worries. The annual meteor shower known as the Aquarids will send bits of the heavenly body raining down on Earth.The peak time for viewers to catch the show is between 3 a.m. and dawn Friday morning, according to ABC 7.

The meteor shower occurs when the Earth passes through the trail of dust and particles left behind Halley’s Comet, which occurs twice a year.

The sand-sized particles speed into Earth’s atmosphere at 148,000 miles an hour and often leave smoky trails in their wake, ABC 7 says.