The International Space Station will be making an “incredibly bright” pass over the skies of Worcester.
Throughout July, the International Space Station can be seen in UK skies – as long as there is no cloud coverage spoiling the view.
From tonight and throughout the weekend there are fantastic opportunities as the weather is good and the space station is described as appearing either “incredibly bright” or “very bright”.
However, fans hoping to catch a glimpse of the ISS will have to wait until later in the evening or the early hours of the morning to spot it.
After this month, the International Space Station will next be visible in the skies above the UK during September.
You can track where the ISS will be flying over the UK on Nasa’a Spot the Station website.
When to spot the International Space Station
There will be more chances on Saturday morning to see the ISS with an “incredibly bright” pass at 12.21am, 1.58am and 3.38am.
However, it will be flying past at a more reasonable hour on Saturday evening at 9.57pm and 11.34pm.
There are two more chances to spot it on Sunday at 1.11am and 10.47pm.
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