International Space Station will make 'incredibly bright' pass tonight
Local nightsky gazers will be able to spot the ISS as it glides over the UK this evening (Saturday).
The manned space station is usually visible in the evenings over a two-week period roughly every month.
Tonight, you should see it streaking across the sky at around 7.29pm, approaching from the west.
It will be at its highest point at 7.33pm and will go into the Earth's shadow, towards the south east.
The space station always appears from the south westerly direction and goes east. It glides in a straight line and is very bright, which is how you can tell it is the space station as opposed to an aeroplane.
The passes usually last about four minutes.
Watching the ISS fly over is a great way of getting youngsters interested in the night sky. On a clear evening you can point out the spaceship as it flies past star constellations and planets visible to the naked eye.
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