PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Tomorrow night you can celebrate the end of the work week with a little star-gazing.
Ron Smiley says we will have clear skies Friday, giving great view of the International Space Station. To get a glimpse, all you need are your eyes, and a clear view of the horizon.
Beginning around 6 p.m., the station will be visible for approximately four minutes. It will move from the west-southwest to the northeast, reaching a maximum heigh of around 58 degrees.
For more information on where to see the ISS and how measure sky distances, visit NASA’s spot the station webpage.