The night sky will be full of opportunities for stargazers over the next week. The International Space Station is visible, with a few opportunities to see it. There is also a once in a lifetime chance to view a “new” comet.
The International Space Station will be visible from earth for the next couple of nights. The Space Station can be seen with the naked eye. You’ll see a pinpoint of light, as the structure reflects sunlight and has no light source of its own.
On Thursday, September 14, the International Space Station will be visible for six minutes starting at 8:42pm. It will become visible from the southwest and travel to the northeast. The station will be visible until September 19, 2023.
(Story by Natalie Nunn, ozarksfirst.com)