International Space Station Sightings
updated: Jun 26, 2012, 10:11 AM
By Edhat Subscriber
There are two bright passes of the International Space Station coming up.
Tonight it will appear in the NW at 8:59 PM, and transit across our
northern (mountain) sky, setting in the ESE at 9:05.
On Thursday evening, it will rise in the WNW at 8:48 PM, pass across our
southern (ocean) sky, and set to the SSE at 8:54.
In both cases, it should be the brightest object in the sky except for
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