Space station flies over Cincinnati this week: When to look up – WLWT Cincinnati

Space station flies over Cincinnati this week: When to look up

Look up to the sky, Cincinnati.The International Space Station will fly over the Tri-State this week, beginning Wednesday night. According to the Cincinnati Observatory, the space station will look like a very bright, non-twinkling star. It will travel across the sky in about five to six minutes.The ISS will be visible during these days and times:Wednesday — 8:12 p.m. to 8:16 p.m. — face southeastWednesday (second pass) — 9:47 p.m. to 9:49 p.m. — face westThursday (best one) — 9 p.m. to 9:05 p.m. — moving southwest to northeastFriday — 8:12 p.m. t0 8:19 p.m. — face southSaturday — 9:02 t0 9:08 p.m. — face northwestSunday — 8:14 p.m. to 8:21 p.m. — face northwest”While you’re looking up, be sure to check out Jupiter and Saturn in the southern sky after dark, and Mars rising in the east after 9:30 p.m.,” the Cincinnati Observatory said in a release.

Look up to the sky, Cincinnati.

The International Space Station will fly over the Tri-State this week, beginning Wednesday night.

According to the Cincinnati Observatory, the space station will look like a very bright, non-twinkling star. It will travel across the sky in about five to six minutes.

The ISS will be visible during these days and times:

  • Wednesday — 8:12 p.m. to 8:16 p.m. — face southeast
  • Wednesday (second pass) — 9:47 p.m. to 9:49 p.m. — face west
  • Thursday (best one) — 9 p.m. to 9:05 p.m. — moving southwest to northeast
  • Friday — 8:12 p.m. t0 8:19 p.m. — face south
  • Saturday — 9:02 t0 9:08 p.m. — face northwest
  • Sunday — 8:14 p.m. to 8:21 p.m. — face northwest

“While you’re looking up, be sure to check out Jupiter and Saturn in the southern sky after dark, and Mars rising in the east after 9:30 p.m.,” the Cincinnati Observatory said in a release.