ISS Alert for Sunday, Feb 24, 2013

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Although current weather forecasts predict part cloud cover tonight there still might be an opportunity to see the ISS.

Look for it coming from the WNW about 6:36PM tonight, Sunday Feb 24. It should be visible for 5 minutes fairly high in the sky at 85 degrees disappearing to the ESE. It will appear as a slow-moving dim star at first and then will brighten as it gets higher in the overhead sky. Here is a beginner’s guide to observing the ISS.

Good luck with your observing and post here of your efforts. As always, enjoy the views.

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