There will be multiple opportunities to spot the International Space Station this week, but only two nights will allow a full 4 minutes.
Thursday, June 7th, at 8:43 PM, the ISS will appear to the north-northwest above the horizon, visible for 4 minutes before disappearing to the east-northeast. The same will happen again on Friday, June 9th at 7:51 PM, appearing to the north for 4 minutes.
Other ISS spotting opportunities this week include:
- Tonight: 9:43 PM, appearing to the north for 1 minute.
- Tuesday: 8:52 PM, appearing to the north for 2 minutes.
- Wednesday: 9:36 PM, appearing to the north-northwest for 1 minute.
- Saturday: 8:36 PM, appearing to the north-northwest for 3 minutes.