The International Space Station will be visible to those who live in Lancaster County tonight and tomorrow night.
But only for a bit.
Thursday night, the International Space Station will be on their flight from Louisiana to Maine almost directly across our region. It is only visible from around 20.50 to 20.51 in our area. According to Accuweather tonight.
In the sky, the space station will be bright even in well lit areas.  "It's as bright as Venus [the third brightest natural object in the sky]," wrote Dave Samuhel, a blog from Accuweather Astronomy. "It will initially look like an airplane, but you will notice the steady movement without the lights flashing when it gets brighter."
On Friday night, the International Space Station will be open from 8pm to 8:05 pm with Lancaster County's best view between 8:02 pm and 8:03 pm.
According to Accuweather, conditions for today and tomorrow night are clear for Lancaster County.
Be sure to spend a few moments outside to adjust your eyes.
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