See the International Space Station this Week
You have multiple chances to see the International Space Station fly overhead this week.
At over 250 miles above the earth, traveling at over 4 miles per second, the I.S.S. can be seen each morning this week and into the weekend.
The I.S.S. will look like a moving start. The difference between the space station and a plane, is that a plane will have blinking lights, whereas the space station will be a solid bright light.
However cloud cover and rain may put a damper on things most of this week.
You can see the I.S.S.:
- Tuesday at 5:30 a.m. moving from South-Southwest to East
- Wednesday at 4:41 a.m. moving from South-Southeast to East
- Thursday at 5:25 a.m. moving from West-Southwest to Northeast
- Friday at 4:36 a.m. moving from South-Southeast to East-Northeast
- Saturday at 5:20 a.m. moving from West to North-Northeast
Again though, cloud cover will make it a little tough to see the I.S.S. for most of the week, but visibility should be better as we head towards the weekend.