You and your children may be able to see "Santa sleigh" flying over Manchester on Christmas morning.
It will mean a bit at the start of the project – but who is asleep at Christmas anyway?
Sanki Santa, or the International Space Station, will be visible over Manchester at 6.39 on Tuesday, 25 December.
You will look for a shining light that looks like a moving star (a bright nose Rudolph) that will pass through the sky for two minutes.
Of course, it all depends on time and the sky is clear.
ISS is the largest space station ever built, and can sometimes be spotted with the naked eye and travels in incredible orbits Earth at 17,500mph at an altitude of about 200 miles.
You will also be able to see the ISS longer on Friday December 28th at 7:14 am in about four minutes, but you will not be able to use the Santa line that day.
ISS sightings for Christmas and New Year:
Christmas – 2 minutes – 6:39
Boxing Day – 3 minutes – 7:22 pm
Friday, December 28 – 4 minutes – 7:14 pm
The ISS measures impressive 357 ft. End-to-end and weighs around 925,000 pounds. It has more than 33,000 cubic meters (935 cubic meters) of suitable space.