The forecast is painting hit or miss opportunities to see the International Space Station these next couple of nights. I'll post the times, approach direction and duration to help locate the ISS if the skies are clear in your area. Guess we'll just have to set the alarm and take our best shot. Enjoy the view!
Sunday- 9:18 pm approaching from the W, Duration of 3 minutes
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As mentioned in the video, supercomputers have really opened up our ability to crunch some heavy duty numbers. In turn, amazing images/moves have been rendered from this technology. Click the link below for the video I used on-air, and if you're feel really adventurous, dig deeper into the site. NASA has a number of other really cool movies to view.
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