MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – According to NASA, there will be another possible International Space Station viewing tonight in addition to the beautiful moon!
The time to be out and looking up will be 5:53 PM with five minutes of visibility. It will start in the NNW sky and move to the ESE sky before disappearing.
Max height will be 53° above the horizon.
Temperatures should be in the mid-60’s, so you probably won’t need a jacket. Clouds are on the increase, so your view may be obstructed depending on where you are located!
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