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A Big Week for Louisville: Derby and the ISS

Not only is this a big week thanks to the Derby and all surrounding events, but it's also a big week for International Space Station sightings in Kentuckiana. Tomorrow morning will see clear to mostly clear sky, so if you're up around 5:30, you'll likely see the ISS.

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There will be a dozen opportunities to see it this week plus another half-dozen sightings next week!  Below is the list from the NASA website of days, times, and locations you can see the ISS.


Weather will cooperate for several of these viewing opportunities.  Wednesday morning will see a partly cloudy sky, so it will be hit or miss.  If you're under one of the breaks in the clouds, you should see it.  Not all of you will see a break in the clouds, though. 


Thursday morning doesn't look good.  The sky will be cloudy to mostly cloudy. 


Friday looks just as bad for ISS viewings.  Rain will be approaching from the west, and clouds will cover the rest of the area. 


Saturday morning the clouds will start to break.  If you're in southern Indiana or near the river, you have a better chance of the sky clearing and seeing the ISS. If you live farther south, the cold front will still be close enough you'll likely be dealing with clouds. 


Sunday morning should be mostly clear, though there will be a few clouds in the sky.  This should be a pretty good chance to see the ISS.


Remember if you get any pictures of the ISS,  send them to me using the links below! 

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