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International Space Station visible for 7 minutes on Sunday night

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While you are looking skyward on Sunday trying to catch one last glimpse of the Northern Lights, keep your eyes peeled for something much more common but that you might not realize is visible to the naked eye.

For a period of seven minutes, between 10:08 and 10:15 p.m., the International Space Station (ISS) will traverse the sky as it moves from the West Southwest sky to the Northeast.

The ISS will be at a maximum height of 52° above the horizon. (For reference, the horizon is 0° and straight overhead is 90°.)

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