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Space Station back in our evening skies

FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:

Space Cadets! The International Space Station is back in our evening skies, with several viewing opportunities, weather permitting. The first is Sunday evening. Look to the south southwest at 6:42 p.m. as the ISS passes over North Florida and zips up the East Coast over Hatteras. At 6:45 it will be halfway up the southeastern sky, passing through Orion’s feet before hustling off to the east northeast and disappearing at 6:47 p.m. Look for ISS again at 7:08 p.m. Monday, moving west southwest to north northeast. 
(NASA PHOTO)
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