ISS Alert for Sunday, Feb 24, 2013


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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