CLEVELAND -- Stargazers across northern Ohio will have another chance to see the International Space Station thanks to clear skies this evening.
CSU astronomy professor Jay Reynolds says tonight's viewing will be one of the five best this summer as the orbiting space station passes high above at an altitude of 220 miles.
Here are the specifics on where and when to look in the sky tonight...
- 9:50 p.m. -- Rises in the south, southwest sky
- 9:54 p.m. -- Peaks at 74 degrees high in the northwest sky (passes thru the Big Dipper)
- 9:57 p.m. -- Sets in the northeast sky
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