ISS Says Hello to Phoenix

ISS Says Hello to Phoenix

Hold your eyes to the skies for the subsequent few days! The Worldwide Area Station is making a look over Arizona. The ISS tweeted to the Phoenix and Tucson space Sunday morning that “the area station will make a look in your skies around 7:50 pm MT tonight!”

Sunday evening is not the primary evening that the ISS has been seen from our space recently; however it’s anticipated to have the longest viewing time of four minutes. ABC15 Meteorologist Jorge Torres says viewing situations can be clear with nice viewing all through the state Sunday night.

If you happen to miss it, you’ll be able to attempt once more on Monday and Tuesday, April 6 and 7. It’s going to doubtless be just a few minutes of viewing time or much less. NASA has a web site known as “Spot the Station,” the place you possibly can put in your space and see the most effective occasions to see the space station within the sky.

The positioning says, “it’s the third brightest object within the sky and simple to identify if you understand when to lookup” and “it appears like a quick-transferring aircraft solely a lot greater and touring 1000’s of miles an hour sooner!”