The International Space Station will fly over the Miami Valley tonight

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Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini talks about when and where to look for the ISS tonight.

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The International Space Station will fly over the Miami Valley Monday evening. The skies should be pretty clear at that point, meaning it will be even easier to see.

>>International Space Station visible tonight

The Station will appear to climb above the horizon in the northwest sky around 6:46 p.m. It will reach 84 degrees which is almost directly over your ahead in the night sky dropping below the horizon in the southeast about six minutes later at 6:52 p.m.

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The ISS will look like a plane or a star in the night sky, but it won't have flashing lights like a plane or twinkle like a star.

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