Matt's World of Weather- Evening Space Station

In this week's World of Weather we'll be gazing the evening sky for a better look at the International Space Station. This Wednesday night will be the last opportunity (for some time) to see the ISS at a reasonable hour. Additionally, the transit will last 5 solid minutes. If you get outside early enough you should be able to spot the ISS as well as Saturn. Click on the video for directions on how to find them.

For the parents out there, this is a great opportunity for you and your family to go enjoy a short outdoor activity together. Take ten minutes to go outside this evening and see who can locate the passing Space Station first. Below I have posted the times for this evening's transit as well as the next couple of mornings. Good luck and comment if you see it...or who saw it first!

Wednesday

9:42 pm: Looking just over the western horizon (Duration ~5 minutes)

Thursday

4:09 am: Looking just over the northwest horizon (Duration ~6 minutes)

Friday

3:07 am: Looking north northwest (Duration ~3 minutes)


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