Space Station Viewing Tonight, Space Station viewing time is here for those in the northeastern United States.
Specifically, people in northern Ohio and surrounding states were able to see the station, which houses two U.S. astronauts and four other astronauts, at 7:40 p.m. tonight.
But don’t worry if you missed it–On Thursday around 8:30 p.m. the station will move from the west/southwest to the north/northeast over the course of about four and a half minutes, according to WNWO. The station will be viewable from eastern Wisconsin, most of Illinois, and Michigan, as well as part of Ontario, Canada.
Also on Thursday, from about 6:55 to 7:01, the station may be viewable from the east coast.
On Friday, the station will be visible in the southwest sky at 7:42 for six minutes, according to NewsNet5.
Also, a “very bright viewing opportunity” will happen on Saturday, when the station will appear at sunset, at about 6:59 p.m., in the southwest sky, and be visible for about two minutes while traveling directly overhead and then fading in the northeast sky.