Toledo, OH Thursday, September 28th, 2017
The International Space Station will once again zoom overhead Thursday evening. This time, look to the West at 8:30pm for a very bright, star-like object, moving through the sky at the speed of a high altitude airplane. The ISS will cross the sky and peak at 50° above the horizon around 8:32pm. The Space Station will fade in the northeastern sky at 8:34pm. The ISS is moving at 17,000 mph and is around 250 miles above the earth!
For more sighting opportunities, click on the link below or the link just to the right of the big picture above this text.
Enjoy the crescent moon as well.....
-Chief Meteorologist Jay Berschback