Reporting Larry Mowry
Filed underStorm Team Blog
UPDATE: Hope you had a chance to see it tonight. Next decent viewing opportunity will be Thursday, June 27, at 910pm. This time look to western sky and follow it to the southeast horizon. Won’t be as high above though. It will only be 32 degrees above the horizon so it will be tracking lower in the sky than Tuesday’s pass over. This time it will only be visible for 4 minutes.
The International Space Station orbit about 230 miles above the Earth and travels nearly 5 miles per second!
The International Space Station will be visible this evening (Tuesday, June 25) over North Texas. The approximate time will be 9:11pm. Look to the NNW sky and see it track to the SE sky. It will only be visible for about 4 minutes. It will look like a bright star moving across the sky.