If you want to try to see the International Space Station flyover again you have another opportunity at 8:20 this evening! We’re in a pattern where we will have a few opportunities this week to see it. I’ll have those times in tomorrow morning’s blog.
As in past nights, it will rise in the southwest sky at 8:20. It will then fly across the sky and set in the northeast. Unlike a plane, the ISS does not blink and it shines brighter than any star.
Go out and look up!
I’d also like to announce that our first tropical storm of the 2019 hurricane season formed this evening out in the Atlantic. Andrea will be no threat to land but she will be recognized for developing two weeks before the official hurricane season begins.