The ISS (Is Someone Singing?) will be very bright as it passes over the northeastern US on Tuesday evening. The ISS will come from the southwest, passing to the left of Orion, just skimming in front of Jupiter and between the two Dippers.
It will be brighter than Jupiter and easy to see if the clouds stay away.
Here’s a finder chart that may be helpful for the overflight that will last from 8:35 to 8:45 pm give or take five minutes.
Where to look for Saturn in the sky…
Saturn is just peeking into the morning twilight, low in the southeast just before sunrise.
If you have questions, leave a comment!
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