The ISS will be visible Monday Night

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TOLEDO, OH (13abc Action News) – The International Space Station will be visible in the night sky this evening. The ISS will rise in the western part of the sky at 7:21pm. It will reach a maximum height of 52° in the southern part of the sky. Then it will fade out of view at 7:25pm in the southeastern part of the sky. It should be clear this evening with temperatures in the low 50s. There is another chance to see the ISS on Wednesday evening. It will rise at 7:13pm in the southwest part of the sky. It will exit view just 2 minutes later in the southern part of the sky.