With clear skies locked in place tonight, it’s a great night to watch the International Space Station zipping by overhead!
It won’t get directly overhead, but it reaches a max height of 55°. 45° would be halfway up and 90° would be directly overhead.
It appears at 6:56 p.m. and will be visible for about 6 minutes.
It shows up in the NW sky and goes out of sight in the Southeastern sky.
It will look like the brightest star in the sky and move at a constant speed. While it might not look like it’s moving quickly, it is. It’s racing by at about 17,000 miles per hour! It’s also about 250 miles above the ground!