Tonight you get not one, but two chances to see the International Space Station orbit overhead. The best time to watch the skies tonight is about 9:20pm. Look in the lower portion of the west-northwest sky. It should appear there about 9:22. It will be at it's highest peak in the north-northwest at 9:26pm, then move lower and fade about 9:29. The space station will look like a very bright dot, slowly moving across the sky, much brighter than than any of the stars.Just before 11pm the space station will move low across the northern sky. First appearing just before 11 in the west-northwest, moving left to right across the northern sky and fading from view about 11:03pm. It will be significantly dimmer the second time.

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