GET those telescopes ready, because the International Space Station will be making another pass tonight.
NASA's premiere space station will be visible from 6:36pm tonight for about three minutes at a maximum height of about 43°.
Because of its large size, the ISS reflects enough light to be seen with the human eye.
According to NASA's website, the ISS looks like a "very bright star moving across the sky."
More possible sightings of the station from Maryborough are listed below:
- Friday, August 25 - 7.22pm for one minute, maximum height 21°
- Saturday, August 26 - 6.30pm for four minutes, maximum height 47°
- Monday, August 28 - 6.23pm for three minutes, maximum height 16°
Select 'More Sightings' below to see when you can see the ISS