Looking into the night sky and seeing the International Space Station fly overhead is mind-blowing! Just think, you are watching something that is 230 miles above you, flying at nearly 5 miles per second. If you've never taken the opportunity to check it out, it's worth a few minutes of your time...

 
 

 

 

How To View The International Space Station

 

Monday:

 

When To Look...

 

The ISS will be visible in our area this evening at 10:08 pm for 3 minutes! 3 minutes should be more than enough to view it, but remember it will be moving FAST.

 

Where To Look...

 

At 10:08 pm, the ISS will appear about 28 degrees above the horizon in the north-northwest part of the sky and move toward the east-southeast. The ISS will reach a peak elevation of 59 degrees above the horizon, so look 2/3's of the way up in the sky...

 
 

Weather

 

Skies should be partly cloudy at this point, so it could dim the ISS in spots. Grab some ice cream and enjoy the show as temperatures fall into the 80's & 70's...

 

 

 

 

 

-Rick DeLuca

 

Rick

 

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