Fans of the night sky will have several opportunities to see the International Space Station (ISS) over the coming days. Saturday night may be one of our better nights as the sky will be cloud free in many locations. The station will be visible Saturday evening beginning at 9:48 p.m. The station will rise to the west southwest and set to the north-northeast, remaining visible for up to six minutes.
There will be two opportunities to spot the station on Sunday, one in the early morning and another at night. The station will rise above the north-northwest horizon at 4:19 a.m. and set to the north-northeast. The station will rise Sunday night to the south-southwest around 8:55 p.m. and then set to the northeast. The station will only be visible for up to two minutes in the morning but the station will be visible for up to six minutes again Sunday night. Hopefully the weather will cooperate...Happy Skywatching!
Fox6 Meteorologist Wes Wyatt