The International Space Station will pass over Southern California for approximately six minutes on Thursday evening. The orbit will give us a good view for tomorrow night.
Weather conditions should permit viewing the station, since skies will be clear with a few high clouds and temperatures in the 60s.
The ISS will rise to a maximum height of 50 degrees, one of its highest points this week.
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The appearance will last from 8:11 p.m. to 8:16 p.m.
It will disappear in the northeast sky.
While most sightings of the ISS are lower in the sky, be prepared to look up high for this particular sighting.