Hopes planet's transit of sun will be visible
There's an astronomical spectacle to look out for tomorrow - weather allowing.
A solar transit of Mercury takes place around midday (9 May).
The innermost planet of the solar system will be seen as a dark disc tracking across the face of the sun.
Astronomer Howard Parkin says while it's not an incredibly rare event - it's still worth looking out for between midday and 8pm.
He stresses you must never use a telescope or sunglasses to try and watch any solar events directly: