It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s… the I.S.S!

Tonight marks our third full moon out of four this summer (a rare occurrence) and is therefore considered a “blue moon”, but it isn’t the only reason you should look up tonight! CaptureThe International Space Station will be visible for two minutes tonight starting at 9:36PM and if you can’t make it outside tonight then you can catch it tomorrow. The space station will fly by at 8:47PM tomorrow and take 4 minutes to make its journey across the night sky. It will look similar to a shooting star but move far more slowly. The I.S.S. will┬átrack across the sky from the northwest to the southeast. -Greg

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This post was written by qni_it on August 20, 2013

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