The International Space Station is set to be visible in the skies above Ayrshire this week.
And with the heatwave set to ramp up in the coming days, the conditions are almost perfect to spot the lunar craft.
Website Spot the Station has compiled a list of potential sighting times and dates for the rest of this month. Although the only sighting location in Ayrshire is listed as Prestwick.
For those that want to look out for the ISS, it should be visible as early as tonight if the clouds remain out of the sky.
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Visible to the naked eye, the spaceship is the third-brightest object in the sky.
Experts say that the football-pitch-sized craft will be travelling across the sky like a fast-moving airplane.
When the ISS will be visible from Prestwick
|Tue Jul, 20, 10:48 PM||6 min||43°||10° above WSW||10° above ESE|
|Wed Jul, 21, 12:25 AM||4 min||32°||10° above W||24° above SSE|
|Wed Jul, 21, 11:38 PM||6 min||37°||10° above W||14° above SE|
|Thu Jul, 22, 1:15 AM||1 min||16°||10° above WSW||16° above SW|
|Thu Jul, 22, 10:50 PM||6 min||41°||10° above WSW||10° above ESE|
|Fri Jul, 23, 12:27 AM||3 min||21°||10° above WSW||21° above SSW|
|Fri Jul, 23, 11:40 PM||4 min||26°||10° above W||19° above SSE|
|Sat Jul, 24, 10:53 PM||6 min||32°||10° above W||12° above SE|
|Sun Jul, 25, 12:30 AM||1 min||12°||10° above WSW||12° above SW|
|Sun Jul, 25, 11:42 PM||3 min||16°||10° above WSW||15° above S|
|Mon Jul, 26, 10:55 PM||5 min||21°||10° above WSW||12° above SSE|
|Wed Jul, 28, 10:58 PM||3 min||12°||10° above WSW||10° above SSW|
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