Like a bright dot, as see in the wide gap between the electric wires to the upper left of the top of the utility pole. I took this photo in twilight, so it looks like it’s cloudy, but it’s just the brightness of the sky overwhelms the blue sky. But it gives an impression of how easy it is to see the ISS.
Where to look for Saturn in the sky…
Saturn is to the left of bright red Mars low in the south in the evening sky near Antares in Scorpius.
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