How’s how you can get glance of the International Space Station tonight

There will be an opportunity to get a glance at the International Space Station if you go outside at the right time Monday night.

Not only should clouds cooperate and remain mostly clear this evening, but the ISS flyover will take 6 minutes. Look outside around 9:20 p.m. in the southwest sky first. The station will travel across the sky and drop below the horizon in the northeast.

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It should be even easier to spot because the ISS will be about 77 degrees above the horizon. To put it into perspective, 90 degrees would be directly above your head, so the ISS tonight will be pretty high in the sky.

If you see the International Space Station, take a photo or video and share WHIO, using the hashtag #SkyWitness7

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